The Campus Climate Survey has been taken and the results have been shared. Now it's time for the campus to help determine where to go from here.
The Campus Climate Task Force has now moved on to “next steps” and is calling on all members of the campus community to participate in Forums to identify 2-3 specific actions that the College could accomplish in the coming academic year based on these survey results. During these forums you will be asked to discuss potential responses to the following questions:
On April 22, 2014, Dr. Sue Rankin presented the results the campus climate survey to the College community. Those documents are available here (requires College NetID):
The Office of Research, Analysis and Planning is the custodian of raw data from the Study. Individuals can request access to the data. Proposals are reviewed by Campus Climate Task Force Leadership Team, who will ensure the size of the sample of interest is large enough to allow for the confidentiality of participants to be preserved.
In fall 2014, the Campus Climate Task Force will sponsor a series of community forums to review and reflect on the results of the survey. Based on the discussions, the Task Force will then propose 2-3 specific actions the College could accomplish in 2015 to President's Cabinet.
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:
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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