List College provides undergraduates with a Jewish studies education of the highest quality, creating an environment in which modern Judaism is both lived and learned.
List College offers bachelor of arts degrees in a full spectrum of exciting majors that will challenge and inspire students. Through the Joint Program with Columbia University's School of General Studies or the Double Degree Program with Barnard College, students also receive a superior liberal arts education and participate in the full spectrum of college life.
Hear from student Hilary Brown about the List College Joint Program:
List College, the undergraduate school of The Jewish Theological Seminary, prepares students for responsible Jewish citizenship and leadership.
List College and its dual-degree programs with Columbia University and Barnard College provide a rigorous education in the liberal arts and Jewish studies. Through residence hall and cocurricular activities that are informed by the perspective of Conservative Judaism, List College encourages students to synthesize their learning and living so that they are prepared to lead productive Jewish and secular lives in the larger world.
Successful graduates of this program, with its rich combination of academic and social experiences, are poised to take their place as global citizens and leaders in the Jewish community and beyond.
List College is open to men and women 16 years of age or older who have completed high school and demonstrated their academic ability. Because students at List study texts in the original language, proficiency in Hebrew, while not a prerequisite for admission, is a critical segment of the List curriculum. The program is open to qualified students irrespective of age, sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, or national origin.