I think schools can be listed as great for Jewish students, yet still be a hotbed of anti-semitism. Let’s face it, people who protest Israel, support BDS, and use anti-Israel language as a cover for anti-semitism, want a reaction. They won’t get one if there are few Jewish students on campus.
Evangelical schools are often very supportive of Israel, but I wouldn’t say they are good schools for Jewish students.
Example–my niece is at a small private liberal arts school in Pennsylvania. There are about 3 Jews on campus (her words; she’s likely exaggerating, but you get the point). She has never encountered anti-semitism, there is no BDS movement, etc. There is a Hillel but it is tiny and not very active.
My son is at a private prestigious university in the south. There is both Hillel and Chabad on campus which offer tons of programming. Israel Apartheid Week this year was positively awful. Eviction notices, campus anti-Israel protests, etc. (Ironically, his second choice was U Mich, which had problems this year too.)
Which is better for Jewish students?
When my son was looking at colleges, we took several off the table for anti-Semitic activity–NYU, Oberlin, virtually all the University of California schools. At most college visits we were able to ask Jewish students about anti-Semitic activity, BDS, etc.; it was a consideration in deciding which schools to apply to. Ironically, the school he attends never had an issue until this year, so in spite of our best efforts we were not successful in avoiding it.