Campus

CST works with Jewish students on campuses throughout the country, helping to train volunteers in physical protection and security. We welcome all Jewish students to join this effort.

CST asks that any instances of antisemitic abuse or discrimination on campus be immediately reported to CST’s office, or to one of the many student security volunteers.

Why should you become a Student Security Officer?

  • You will help to ensure the safety and well-being of your friends and colleagues
  • It is a good way to meet new people
  • It provides an opportunity to make a positive contribution to your campus community

Would you like to become a Student Security Officer? Join here.

With the Union of Jewish Students, CST produces a campus guide to antisemitism in order to educate students how to identify and tackle antisemitism on campus. Click here to view the guide.

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“"The Guardian of Israel doesn't slumber or sleep". This feeling of safety and security that we search for and need is gratefully appreciated when it's given to us by the CST. It really is a pleasure to work with the CST and to be looked after and cared for by them. Where ever I go throughout Britain, in all our Synagogues from north to south the impact and help given by the CST is warmly valued.”

Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner
Senior Rabbi, Reform Judaism