In January 1987, after years of occupying rented quarters, Neve College for Women moved to its permanent home on six acres on one of the highest points of Jerusalem. Our picturesque campus provides a safe and nurturing environment for Jewish women to explore and find meaning in their Jewish identity.
Thirteen buildings currently occupy the campus. Neve College for Women students are housed in two air-conditioned and fully-furnished dormitories and take their meals in the dining hall that is equipped with a modern kitchen. Three academic buildings provide classrooms, computer and science laboratories, a student lounge and laundry room, libraries, and administrative offices. The campus also houses the Neve Family Institute and its Counseling Center as well as a high-school for girls who immigrated to Israel from English-speaking countries.
Other facilities on the campus are an amphitheater that provides a spectacular setting for outdoor lectures and performances, a theater, dance studio, exercise room, and a synagogue that serves both the students and community residents.