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Gratz at a Glance

Affordable and Flexible Online Degree Programs for Working Professionals

Gratz College serves a continuum of learners with an array of online graduate, undergraduate, certificate, and continuing education for professionals, such as CLE courses for lawyers, and teen programs. Our students hail from across the nation and the world, representing a diverse range of backgrounds, affiliations, and professional experiences.

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  • 78% Part-Time

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  • 33% 30+under

  • 26% 31 - 40

  • 18% 41 - 50

  • 23% over 50

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  • 11 Countries

  • 43 States

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  • 1:3 Students 

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  • 6 Terms

  • 8 Weeks

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  • 20+ years

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From the French Revolution until the Second World War, Jews associated conscription with emancipation, either already achieved (as in France) or to be gained through brave and patriotic service (as in Central and East Europe). Although anti-Semites routinely accused Jews of draft-dodging, in fact Jews were often more eager to serve than others because of the desire to prove themselves as worthy of emancipation and social acceptance. This talk will compare the demands for military service made upon Jews by modern states, Jewish reactions to those demands, and the actual effect of Jews in uniform on popular perceptions of Jews.

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When Rabbi Herschel Schacter signed up as a chaplain in 1942, he expected to spend the war assisting Jewish GIs with their religious needs. But when his unit liberated the Nazi concentration camp of Buchenwald, Schacter was thrust into the role of helping survivors rebuild their shattered lives and serving as their voice to the world. The riveting story of how the Holocaust transformed one rabbi—and how he, in turn, transformed the future of American Jewry.

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Dara Horn

Join us in this lively conversation with Dara Horn as she reads from and discusses her highly-charged new book, People Love Dead Jews. Following her reading, Gratz College president, Zev Eleff, will interview Horn and take live questions. This event is presented by a joint partnership of the Drexel University Laurie Wagman Initiative in Jewish Studies, Hillel at Drexel University, Drexel Alumni and Gratz College’s One Book, One Jewish Community program.

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Jessica Cooperman

This talk by Jessica Cooperman will explore the “welfare services” offered to American soldiers and sailors under the auspices of the War Department’s Commission on Training Camp Activities, but which were actually provided by the Protestant YMCA, the Catholic Knights of Columbus, and the Jewish Welfare Board. It will consider the goals that these different agencies brought into American military camps, and focus on the responses of soldiers, particularly Jewish soldiers, as they trained both to fight and to challenge ideas about the place of Judaism in American society.  

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Read More about Rabbi Admiral Aaron Landes Lecture Series: Fighting for Religious Pluralism: World War I and American Judaism

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Building Communities of Learners through Collaboration

Gratz College is internationally recognized as a leader in developing effective educators, professionals, leaders and scholars, both within and beyond the Jewish community; inspiring life-long learners; and helping to build informed and strong communities through education grounded in Jewish values.

Alexandra Kay Rudolph

Doctoral program in Holocaust and Genocide Studies

“It has been a dream of mine since I was a little girl to be able to work to preserve both the history of the Holocaust and the ability to learn and understand the significance of the effects of the Holocaust.”

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