1 . Campus Dining

The Berg Dining Hall, located on the third floor of the administrative building, provides the perfect combination of delicious kosher food along with a beautiful view! All meals prepared in the Berg Kitchen are in accordance with Conservative Judaism’s standard of Kashrut. Each meal is prepared especially each day by the Campus Dining Staff. The goal of this Department is to provide nutritious, high quality, tasty food at an affordable price.

2 . Campus Technology

The Division of Administration and Business Affairs provides direct services and support services to every facet of the University and its support community.

3 . Dean of Students

The Asssitant Dean for Student Affairs - Student Activities, Sarah Cohen, is a primary resource for students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Her goal is to make your experience at American Jewish University as satisfying and successful as possible.

4 . Health Services

Room 156A (310) 440-1219 or x219 Nurse@aju.edu     Health Center hours: Mon – Thurs 8am-2pm; walk-ins accepted Closed on all legal and religious holidays. Closed during the Summer and Semester breaks. The University has a Nurse Based Student Health Center, located on the Familian Campus, available to ALL

5 . Jack M. and Bel Ostrow Library

The Ostrow Library is designed to meet the needs of the University's faculty and students, as well as scholars conducting research in all fields of Jewish culture and civilization. With approximately 115,000 volumes, the library's collections have grown consistently through endowments, gifts of major private collections and an ongoing acquisition program.

6 . Life On Campus

Living On Campus Choosing the right place to live during your college years is as important to your academic career as deciding your major. You need a place to study and a place to meet other students. At American Jewish

7 . Parking

Parking in the Residence Halls is available FREE to residents. On-campus students can receive a form to obtain a FREE parking permit for the Residence Hall parking area when they check in to the Residence Hall or from the Residence Life Office.

8 . Psychological Services

Psychological counseling is available on a short-term basis by a licensed clinical psychologist. Interactions with the Counseling Center are considered confidential. The counselor meets with students on campus. Students may call one of the counselors directly and the counselor will make a personal and confidential appointment with the student.

9 . Religious Life On Campus

Religious Life On Campus ImageThere are both ritual and culturally oriented religious programs on campus. Our student run Hillel is very active in promoting social and cultural events, from weekly Shabbat services and dinners to hosting an annual Chanukah party and decorating the Sukkah. Hillel also hosts the “Learn Your Prayers” program where our rabbinical students host a “learner’s minyan” for students to become more familiar with the prayer service. A traditional egalitarian minyan (morning and afternoon) is regularly held in the Beit Midrash. Minyan is available Monday – Thursday and is overseen by the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies.

10 . Student and Recreation Center

Auerbach Student Union is designed for students to have an area where they can study, meet with fellow students or just relax between or after classes. Work out on state-of-the-art fitness equipment. A DVD and VHS player is also available to those students that enjoy watching movies while working out. Organize a basketball game or just shoot hoops night and day.

11 . Students with Disabilities

All students with disabilities who are requesting accomodations are responsible for contacting the Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Nellie Goodarznia