What is Schmooze?
Schmooze is our pre-orientation program (POP) for incoming first-year students at Northwestern. This year, we will be hosting Schmooze on Sunday, September 12th. 

Why SCHMOOZE?
SCHMOOZE is a chance to meet other incoming Jewish students, as well as current students, and explore Jewish life on campus through various activities! 

Additional Questions?
Feel free to email caroline.dorf@northwestern.edu with any questions or concerns!
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Schmooze was something I felt nervous about going into my first year. As a freshman I didn’t know anyone, but I think it was one of the smartest decisions I made first quarter. Not only was schmooze lots of fun, but I ended up meeting some of my closest friends through Schmooze. Beyond that, by the time Wildcat Welcome started I already had a group of friendly, familiar faces around campus. In addition, I got helpful tips and info from the upperclassmen about all things Northwestern — both the Jewish and the non-Jewish. I definitely recommend doing schmooze, especially if you’re on the fence about it. It can only help you in your exciting start to Northwestern!  - Jason '23

Schmooze was a great opportunity to get oriented to the spirit of Northwestern. Not only did I find incredible guidance and perspective from the older students, I also was introduced to the warm and welcoming home of Hillel and its staff. Not to mention, you’ll meet members of your class who you’ll be friends with for a long, long time...whether you see them around campus, in your classes, or at Shabbat dinners! - Andrew '23

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