COLLEGE STUDENTS

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.  

AJC

The AJC offers resources for dealing with post-Oct. 7 antisemitism in both K-12 schools and higher education.

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.

CJP

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

Zioness

Resources, guidance and engagement opportunities for progressive "Zionesses" on college and university campuses.

ADL

The ADL offers guidance to incoming college and university students on how to prepare for antisemitism and anti-Zionism on campus—including 13 specific situations.

CJP

"The terror attack on Oct. 7 has shaken my worldview to the core. I stopped feeling safe, became fearful, and started to wonder where I belong."

The Boston Globe

Colleges’ responses to Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel highlight struggles of Jewish college students.

The Boston Globe

Some Jewish students now say they fear for their physical safety. Meanwhile, university leaders face a high-wire balancing act.

Los Angeles Times

When do we stop being silent and when do we say the antisemitism must be condemned and it is not acceptable on our campuses?

SAPIR

Charging Jews with “genocide” is not an objection to occupation, but a lie that justifies opposing Jews “by any means necessary.”

IAC

IAC Activism provides the tools and training to help support Israeli-Americans to become effective advocates for Israel in their communities, workplaces, on social media, and on campuses.

IAC

IAC Mishelanu works to cultivate pro-Israel leadership on campus and provide a home for Israeli-American students in order to explore and strengthen their Israeli and Jewish identity while becoming a living bridge between Israel and the campus community.