Anti-Israel activity remains a serious concern on U.S. college and university campuses, with more than 350 incidents reported nationwide during the 2021-22 academic year, according to ADL’s latest campus report.
ADL has developed resources to help you respond to antisemitic incidents and anti-Israel bias. Explore these tools to learn how to navigate challenging situations you might face on your college campus.
If you experience or witness an incident on your campus, you are not alone – ADL is here for you.
ADL’s comprehensive resource is designed to equip college students with the resources to be prepared and respond to antisemitic incidents and speak out against anti-Israel bias. Explore these tools to learn how to navigate challenging situations students might face on campus.
If you experience or witness an act of antisemitism or hate on campus, please report it to ReportCampusHate.org or by texting Report to 51555. All information submitted through this form will be reviewed by trained personnel who can support the student or reporting party in the incident response process. The site is operated in partnership between Hillel International, the Anti-Defamation League and the Secure Community Network.
The U.S. Senate is poised to vote on funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Fund, which provides grants to communal and faith-based institutions, including on college campuses, to fund security measures. Urge your Senators to fully fund this program.
Learn more about antisemitism and anti-Israel activity on campus at Never Is Now, the world’s largest summit on antisemitism and hate! Never Is Now is back in person on November 10 in New York City!
Register today to add your voice to the conversation and take part in the fight against hate!
Words to Action® is an interactive education program designed to help Jewish youth and college students examine their identities and be equipped with constructive and effective responses to combat antisemitism and anti-Israel bias in their lives.
Hate Uncycled is a cross-campus program and framework for students, staff, faculty, administrators and campus safety teams to work together to understand and challenge bias, work toward inclusive campus climate policies and practices, and to be prepared to respond effectively to hate incidents if they occur.
In August 2021, Hillel International, the largest Jewish student organization in the world, and ADL joined forces to work collaboratively on several initiatives to proactively address the disturbing rise in antisemitic activity on campus through new educational programs and assessments of the climate on campus for Jewish students.