Israel on Campus Hotline
For decades, university and college campuses have been uniquely recognized as the true bastion of free expression. Yet, on occasions when people are silenced or intimidated in the classroom or on campus, universities fall short in upholding their responsibility to promote a vibrant marketplace of ideas and rich learning experiences.
While most universities have established grievance procedures, students, faculty, and campus professionals have shared their concern that these procedures are antiquated and not perceived as credible or effective mechanisms to seek redress or to report problems on campus.
To gain a better understanding of the scope of these problems, provide support for the campus community, and better connect students to their local campus and community professionals (e.g. Hillel, JCRC, or faculty member), the Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC) has created the Israel on Campus Hotline.
Use the Hotline to Report:
Donít use the Hotline for:
General Israel programming information, travel opportunities including birthright israel, or other Israel information.
What to Expect:
Upon receiving a report, ICC staff or a member organization with specialized training will conduct a thorough review. Though we anticipate that many reports will not prompt further action, the information provided will be entered into a national database tracking anti-Israel activity on campus. For those cases warranting further action, the Hotline will connect national, local and campus resources to assist and support complainants.
Students using the Hotline are also strongly encouraged to submit a complaint in accordance with the campus grievance process when appropriate.
Please note: All information received will be regarded as confidential unless authorized by complainant. The Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC) will provide assistance and support to the complainant, but cannot guarantee the satisfactory resolution of any specific grievance. The ICC is not, does not, nor cannot offer any legal advice or guidance.