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The Rabbinical Seminary of America, commonly known as "Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim" is a thriving epicenter of Torah based in Queens, NY. RSA's impact is felt throughout the country via its many distinguished alumni involved in Torah community leadership, as well as many Torah institutions started by RSA alumni. RSA's main campus, The Ira and Doris Kukin Campus, is a magnificent 100,000 SQ Ft. edifice which houses a High School, a Bais Medrash (Post High School) and Kollel (Graduate Program). Close to 400 Rabbinical Students spend their days studying Torah, and developing themselves into men who embody the ideals of Torah and Mussar. Students develop lifelong bonds with their Rebbeim (Rabbinical Teachers), who teach them Torah, guide them and encourage them to use their unique talents and attributes to make their mark on the future of the Jewish people.