Harvard Rosovsky Hall
Rosovsky Hall is the home of the Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel, a service organization that provides Jewish educational, cultural, religious, and social opportunities for students and faculty. Located in the heart of the undergraduate campus, off Harvard Square, the centerpiece of the 19,500-square-foot building is a circular courtyard defined by three skylit, vaulted spaces. This versatile garden courtyard can accommodate a sukkah during festivals as well as outdoor and tented activities. On the ground floor of the building is a student lounge, a dining hall, and a multipurpose room. The upper floor features a library, offices, and multipurpose rooms for worship and meetings.