Gratz College serves the entire educational community, from full- and part-time students in our graduate and undergraduate programs, to teens in our Jewish Community High School, to professionals in our continuing education courses, to Supplementary School teachers in our NEXT program, to adults engaged in lifelong learning.
Graduate Studies is one of our most popular areas at Gratz College. Like all Gratz courses, our graduate-level classes are noted for their extraordinary faculty, who readily challenge their students - and expect to be challenged in return.Learn More ►
The Undergraduate program is designed for those seeking a first credential in the fields of Jewish Education and Jewish Studies. Gratz College accepts liberal arts credits from other academic institutions to fulfill the requirement of a Bachelor's Degree.Learn More ►
Adult Jewish Learning
The Gratz College Scholars Program is for adults in the community who are not seeking credit but enjoy learning in an intellectual atmosphere with instructors who are highly regarded experts in their fields. Ongoing 4, 8, and 12 week courses are offered each semester in a variety of Jewish Studies topics and in Hebrew and Yiddish language. In addition, the Gratz College Scholars Program sponsors Distinguished Scholar Lectures, Yiddish theater trips, film and comedy presentations, and other special events. Please see the calendar of events for these listings.Learn More ►
Jewish Community High School
JCHS offers academic, social and leadership programs at seven locations in the Southeastern Pennsylvania region. Students earn certificates, and/or diplomas upon program completion. Students may participate in academic programs for personal enrichment or to satisfy synagogue Confirmation requirements.Learn More ►