The Hyde Park, Kenwood and South Shore neighborhoods were in the 1930s and 1940s home to the most affluent Jewish community in Chicago. Today, though smaller in numbers, the Hyde Park-Kenwood Jewish community remains active and committed, thanks to the presence of historic congregations (including Chicago's oldest), a vibrant Jewish day school, JCC, Chabad and Hillel, and proximity to a world-class university.

Here you will find information about some of the Jewish amenities that are available in Hyde Park close to the campus.  Much of this is a response to inquiries over the last few years.