The National Union of Students has launched a survey of the experiences of Jewish students at UK universities.
It is the first time the union has conducted research into a faith group.
"Self-defining" Jewish students are being invited to answer a range of questions on campus life. NUS said the results, which are expected to be released next March, will be used "to develop recommendations for students' unions to ensure Jewish students feel welcome on campus".
It added: "With many Jewish students expressing negative feelings about the student movement in recent months, this is a welcome opportunity for them to formally express their experiences of being Jewish students on UK campuses."
Rob Young, NUS vice president (society and citizenship), said: "It's so important we make sure universities are inclusive and welcoming to Jewish people, and students' views are vital in helping us to identify any issues and work to resolve them."
The project is being run in conjunction with the Union of Jewish Students.