Jewish college students at American universities are losing their religion due to a variety of factors. There is not one factor that is more prevalent than the rest, but it appears that if a child is not raised religiously, they will not devote time and effort to their religion in college. Even if some children are raised religiously, they become so busy at school that it is sometimes impossible for them to set aside time for their religion. On a more negative note, anti-Semitic incidents at even some of the most prestigious colleges and universities have been on the rise, and many Jewish students have been hiding their religion so they do not become a victim of one of these attacks. However, if parents want their children to be religious in college and later in life, then the best thing they can do is to make their children become religious from a very young age.