Jewish students in Cardiff are enjoying improved facilities in a revamped Hillel House.
The refurbished property has four bedrooms for live-in students, new lighting and a plasma-screen television.
The kitchen can now be used to prepare both meat and milk meals, so that the JSoc can host Friday night dinners.
Central development officer for UJS Matt Keston hopes "the new Hillel will attract more people. There are only 30 members of Cardiff JSoc."