Touro College Berlin was established in 2003 in a historic Bauhaus villa with a profound history. The home of our campus originally belonged to the Lindemann family and was designed by German architect Bruno Paul. When the Nazis seized power in the 1930’s, the Lindemann home at Am Rupenhorn became the official residence of Hanns Kerrl, the Reichskirchsminister (The Reich’s Church Minister).
The programs serve diverse components of the Touro community and the larger society, especially those who have been underserved in the past. Touro Berlin is a college where students are prepared for the professional world and are given the courage and tools needed to embark on a successful career.
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The Registrar’s Office provides services to students related to their academic studies including enrollment and graduation. The Registrar is responsible for maintaining student records, coordinating course registration and grade submission, offering assistance in course scheduling, evaluating transfer credits, preparing academic transcripts, coordinating the Study Abroad Program at Touro College New York, and issuing diplomas upon graduation.
The Touro College Libraries promote a collegial and academic atmosphere, in support of the College's mission to further personal growth and intellectual inquiry. Supporting research and academic goals, the Libraries partner with faculty and administrative staff to advance Touro College's mission to become a center of religious and secular scholarship.