Stein Fellowship Hall

Directly across from the Miller Chapel is the Stein Fellowship Hall.

The Stein Fellowship Hall serves as a refuge for contemplative reflection and is home to a growing Judaic library for the Brigade’s use.

The Jewish Midshipmen’s Club, as well as other Academy organizations, use the Hall for regular gatherings.  With its service galley, the Midshipmen enjoy the weekly Friday night Oneg receptions in the large social hall.

There are several display cases containing not only the rich history of the Academy, but also information on Uriah P. Levy, USNA Jewish athletes and graduates, Jewish naval personnel and Monticello, the famous home of Thomas Jefferson.

The USNA Class of 1963 Media Center in Stein Fellowship Hall is used for meetings, guest lectures and educational forums.