Students from 24 states and 18 foreign countries are educated in all aspects of advanced Jewish scholarship and trained for careers as rabbis, teachers and community leaders at the College's 82-acre campus in Morris Township, New Jersey. The campus serves as the New Jersey headquarters of the world-wide Lubavitch Movement.

“Attracting students from as far away as South Africa and Australia.”


The Rabbinical College of America is an internationally known institution of higher education, attracting students from throughout the United States and as far away as South Africa and Australia. In recent years, many students have been attending the Rabbinical College from countries previously considered "behind the Iron Curtain."

The College has broadened its activities to include extensive communal outreach services with 40 regional Chabad-Lubavitch Centers throughout New Jersey.

The College's graduates serve as community and spiritual leaders at Chabad centers throughout the world, of which there are now 4,000.

Licensed by the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education and accredited by the Association of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools, the College grants a Bachelor of Religious Studies degree.