Based on the results of the Campus Climate Survey administered in the fall of 2016, the college has identified four key areas to pursue:

  • Fostering a deeper, more meaningful sense of belonging among students
  • Improved career opportunities for staff
  • Richer mentoring for faculty
  • More transparent and inclusive decision-making at the administrative level

Climate Study Results

The campus climate survey received a strong response rate of 46 percent. In the interest of transparency, the Climate Study Working Group and Rankin and Associates (the firm that conducted the survey) has shared the results in numerous ways, including open sessions conducted in April 2017.

You can view the following information from the study: