Programs include Shabbat services, holiday parties, get togethers, charity and community service events, as well as a variety of group activities. Clubs include: Purdue Hillel Student Board, FYSH (First Year Students at Hillel), GAPP (Graduates and Professionals at Purdue), Jewish Women's Rosh Chodesh Group, ICAP (Israel Council at Purdue) and Jewish Greek life with Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and Sigma Delta Tau Sorority.
Hillel sponsors religious services and usually special meals and programs for most Jewish holidays. During Passover, Hillel provides Seders and some kosher-for-Passover meals.
Every Friday Hillel offers Shabbat services (Reform and Conservative) at 7 p.m. with a Shabbat dinner and Oneg to follow. Services are student led so they may vary from week to week. Depending on interest, Hillel also offers Shabbat morning services several times a semester.