Hebrew Theological is a private, Jewish college located in Skokie, Illinois in the Chicago Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 83 undergraduate students. Hebrew Theological acceptance rate is 95%. Popular majors include Religious Studies, Psychology, and Talmudic and Rabbinical Studies. Graduating 7% of students, Hebrew Theological alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,300.
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TI is a really great school! The staff members are really helpful and eager to work with you. The student body and environment is also very comfortable and supportive. Most of the classes are enjoyable, and as the number of students per class is pretty small (about twenty students maximum), it makes learning more individualized and interactive.
Hebrew Theological College is a place that is concerned about every individual's success. They guide and work with each and every student to reach the desired goals.
The quality of the courses is really individual to each topic and professor. Overall, most of the classes are enjoyable. Some are more relaxed and interactive, while others are more set on covering ground. The only down side is that there is not a large variety to chose from (I suppose because it's a small school).