Jewish on Campus

Examining Stress, Coping, and Health among Jewish College and University Students

The purpose of this study is to collect information on how Jewish students are coping in light of the heightened antisemitism being displayed on college and university campuses. Participation involves completing a baseline survey with the option of completing weekly 5-minute follow-up surveys to track stress and coping over time.*

You are eligible to participate in this study if you self-identify as Jewish and are a current student at a college or university.

If you meet the above eligibility criteria, please click here for more information and to begin the baseline survey.

Anita DeLongis, PhD
Principal Investigator, Professor and Associate Head, Graduate Affairs
Department of Psychology | University of British Columbia
Talia Morstead, MA
PhD Student and Study Coordinator
Department of Psychology | University of British Columbia

*please note that weekly data collection has ended but responses to the baseline survey are still welcome and encouraged!