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Campus Climate Study Results

On April 22, 2014 the Campus Climate Survey Committee is hosting two campus-wide meetings to share the results of the campus climate survey. Dr. Sue Rankin, the consultant to the committee, will present the data. Refreshments will be served.  

  • noon - 1:30 pm in 119 Seymour Union
  • 6 - 7:30 pm in 119 Seymour Union

Survey Data Collection Complete

The Campus Climate Task Force would like to thank everyone who took the time to complete this important survey.  Rankin & Associates Consulting, of Howard, PA, is now analyzing the data collected. They will spend the next few months drafting a report, which will be presented to the campus community in the spring. The report will lead to a plan for strategic initiatives to improve our campus climate. Updates will be posted on this page.

Preliminary participation results:

Faculty..................................48%
Staff......................................61%
Undergraduate Students...23%
Graduate Students.............16%Total Participation...............28%

Congratulations to drawing winners:

iPad Mini Winners:
Howard Skogman............faculty
Kelsey Hogan..................student

$50 Easy Money Cards:
Stephanie Young............student
Tabitha Gallimore REOC.faculty
Cathy Houston-Wilson....faculty
Alyssa Mitchell................student
Emily Taner......................student
Jeleda Stewart............... student
Amelia Zaengle...............student
Michael Harrison............staff

Brockport is committed to the core principle that human diversity enriches our lives, and is fundamental to the College’s commitment to teaching, learning, scholarship, and service leading to student success. Providing a positive, inclusive, healthy campus climate is one of the goals written into our current strategic plan for diversity. A healthy campus climate in which diverse people feel welcomed, respected, and valued fosters effective collaboration among faculty and staff and provides a community in which diverse students can achieve academic success.

To meet our diversity goals President Halstead has charged a Campus Climate Task Force and the consulting firm of Rankin and Associates has been retained to conduct a comprehensive Campus Climate Survey. Together the task force and consultant have formulated a timeline to conduct focus groups, develop the assessment tool, conduct the study in fall 2013, and deliver a detailed analysis and report by spring 2014.

The entire process will require the the participation of the entire campus community gather information that will result in data that will inform improvements in our living, learning, and working environment

 

Events

Sat, Apr 26

APA & Library Services
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Research & Database Searching
noon - 1 pm