From 2022–2023, antisemitic incidents on campus rose by a staggering 321%. Learn more about how antisemitism manifests on college campuses, find resources to make your campus safer, and discover opportunities to take action.  

U.S. News & World Report

A new poll finds that antisemitism is an issue for 67% of students at top-25 universities.


"When societies reach a crisis, they have two options—to think about what they can do or who they can blame. It seems that many college students have chosen the latter."


Our new commercial’s core message is that while political issues should be debated, hate speech and intimidation simply can’t be tolerated.

The White House

The Biden-Harris Administration has taken aggressive action to implement the strategy and to speak out forcefully against hate of all kinds, especially in the wake of the Oct. 7 attacks.

The New York Times

Universities are increasingly addressing this question regarding pro-Palestinian encampments. Student protesters say they are not antisemitic, but others disagree.


A PBS NewsHour report finds that higher education across the U.S. is struggling on the issues of allowing pro-Palestinian protests and preventing antisemitism and intimidation.

ADL Center on Extremism

The ADL documents instances of antisemitism in the wake of pro-Palestinian protests at colleges and universities around the U.S.

Department of Education

The Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Education provides a list of resources for students, educators and communities.


The ADL graded 85 colleges and universities across the U.S. on the level of antisemitism on campus and how it is being addressed.


More than 1,500 people gathered outside Temple Israel of Boston on April 28 to support Jewish students.

ADL New England

Massive spike post-Oct. 7 recorded; campus incidents tripled; bomb threats targeting Jewish institutions up tenfold across the country.


CJP’s Center for Combating Antisemitism (CCA) is actively inviting applications for our new Campus Education and Allyship grants pool. This initiative is seeking up to four grants of up to $50,000 each to kick-start projects aimed at antisemitism education and fostering allyship on campus. Eligible initiatives include those that: We’re looking for proposals that are...