Services on Campus


The main cafeteria is located in the heart of the campus (building 5).
The student union also runs a small coffee place with a variety of snacks - located building 5, ground floor.
Another 2 coffee shops are to be found buildings 1 and 7.

The library is located in Building 5 on the third floor.
Opening hours:

Fall and spring semesters
Sunday to Thursday: 09:00 to 24:00
Friday:    09:00 to 13:00

Summer semester
Sunday to Thursday: 09:00 to 18:00
Friday:    09:00 to 13:00

Computer and Internet access on campus

As a registered student, you will receive your own username and password to log into HIT's system. WIFI is free of charge and available throughout the campus.





Religious Life in Tel Aviv


Israel has a predominantly Jewish population though it is home to all religions. Most religious centers are located in Tel Aviv. There you can find Synagogues and Jewish congregations for the Orthodox, the Conservatives and the Reformists; as well as other religious establishments such as Churches and Mosques. For your convenience please find a list hereafter.
  • Beit Immanuel Anglican Chapel, corner of Auerbach Street and Beer Hoffman Street, Jaffa
  • Friendship House (The Redeemed Christian Church of God), 30 Levanda Street., Tel Aviv
  • Immanuel Lutheran Church, 15 Beer Hoffman Street, Jaffa
  • Seventh Day Adventist Church, 15 Frankel Street, Tel Aviv
  • Seventh Day Adventist Church, 63 Nordau Street, Tel Aviv
  • St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 51 Yefet Street, Jaffa
  • St. Peter's Catholic Church,1 Mifratz Shlomo Street., Old Jaffa
  • St. Peter's Monastery – Russian Orthodox services, 157 Herzl Street, Tel Aviv
  • Hassan Bek Mosque, Herbert Samuel Blvd (across from the Carmelit bus terminal), Tel Aviv
  • The al-Bahr Mosque (or Jami al-Bahr, Sea Mosque), Ha’aliya Hashniya harbour, Yafo
  • The Mahmoudiya Mosque, Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv
  • Muslim Prayer Hall, TAU Student Dormitories (G building basement), Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv