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Addressing Antisemitism on Campus: Strategies for Creating Inclusive Environments for Jewish and all Students

Virtual Short Courses Health, Safety, and Well-being Student Success Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice AVP or "Number Two" Faculty Mid-Level New Professional Senior Level VP for Student Affairs

With the rise of campus antisemitism, student affairs leaders must both respond to incidents and take steps to proactively foster a welcoming environment for Jewish students and all students. This series focuses on supporting Jewish students and addressing antisemitism through an anti-oppression lens and as part of a commitment to equity and justice. Facilitators will share about diversity among Jewish students and their intersectional identities; build understanding about antisemitism, how it impacts students, and how it relates to broader justice movements; and share strategies to support participants in identifying action steps.

This course consists of three live sessions with asyncronous work and learning that allows participants to learn more about themselves ad how to support Jewish students on campus. 


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Live Session

Live Sessions

All live sessions will be held in NASPA's Online Learning Community through Zoom Meeting. 


Session 1: Thursday, February 9, 2023     1:00 p.m. EST

Understanding Jewish students, and their intersectional identities


Session 2:  Thursday, February 16, 2023.   1:00 p.m. EST

Understanding Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism, and Criticism of Israel: How they relate, diverge, and impact students


Session 3: Thursday, March 2, 2023.   1:00 p.m. EST

Proactive and reactive strategies for supporting Jewish students in their intersectional identities






Learning Objectives
  1. Learners will better understand Jewish identity, diversity among Jewish college students, and the intersectional identities Jewish students hold 

  1. Learners will be able to define antisemitism, and identify key antisemitic tropes

  1. Learners will express how antisemitism both relates to, and is distinct from, anti-Zionism and anti-Israel activism

  1. Learners will begin to examine how antisemitism fits into the broader context of campus diversity, equity and inclusion work

  1. Learners will identify at least one way in which they can address antisemitism and support Jewish students on campus 



This course is open to both NASPA members and non-members. All member receive a free registration provided by the course sponsor, Hillel International. The course is open to all professional levels. 

Registration open Friday, January 13, 2023 and closes Thursday, February 9, 2023. There will be no late registration past the first live session. 

Registration Fees


                                                                                                NASPA Members
                                                                                             NASPA Non-members