Gratz College is a community of lifelong learners and leaders who bind together with the concept of tikkun olam - "repair the world". This concept is key in the Jewish religion and provides the foundation in all we do. To “repair the world” means something a little different to everyone and each of our programs reflects it in the coursework, the faculty, and the students.
By providing our students with programs that they can participate in online, we’ve erased boundaries and distances that would have kept us apart. Students join with like-minded professionals and educators to collaborate and engage in contemporary issues and find positive solutions, to study timeless concepts and mediate on their meaning.
We prepare our students with the instruction, resources, and support and to face challenges and do their part to “repair the world” in new and powerful ways.
The support and guidance from the faculty and staff is exceptional and the online format has allowed me the flexibility to complete the program while continuing to advance in my career.
— Ann Perazzelli, Ed.D '20