Alpha Epsilon Pi International has worked with The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law and Alpha Epsilon Phi to conduct a study to understand the prevalence of acts of antisemistim at U.S. colleges and universities and in virtual campus settings through interviews with undergraduate members of AEPi and AEPhi.
While previous studies have polled all Jewish students, this is the first survey to examine rates of antisemitism among students who tend to openly identify as Jewish on campus. More than 60% of the students surveyed belong to Hillel and nearly half to Chabad, more than 80% are supportive of Israel, and nearly 60% have visited Israel. The survey was conducted between April 14-20, 2021 by Cohen Research Group in conjunction with The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law.
You can read the press release here and see the full study here.