The Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) is a network of universities, most of them in the Big Ten, that have reciprocal agreements for sharing of resources.
University of Nebraska students may wish to consider CIC member institutions for summer sessions courses in Jewish Studies: with the exception of the University of Iowa, all schools in the CIC have a dedicated Jewish Studies program or center, and most offer Jewish Studies courses year-round.
Doctoral students can also take advantage of reciprocal enrollment for up to a year, with no change in registration procedures and all courses and credits listed on the student's home institution transcript. Learn more...
CIC members engage in voluntary, sustained partnerships such as programs that allow students to take courses at other institutions; study-abroad collaborations; access to library collections; and leadership and development programs for faculty and staff.
- University of Chicago: The Chicago Center for Jewish Studies
- University of Illinois:Program in Jewish Culture and Society
- Indiana University: Borns Jewish Studies Program
- University of Iowa: Department of Religion
- University of Michigan: Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
- Michigan State University: Jewish Studies Program
- University of Minnesota: Center for Jewish Studies
- Northwestern University: Crown Family Center for Jewish Studies
- Ohio State: Melton Center for Jewish Studies
- Penn State: Jewish Studies Program
- Purdue University: Jewish Studies Program
- University of Wisconsin: Mosse and Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies