Four lessons from administering a campus climate survey

With the spring semester underway, some community colleges will begin administering a campus climate survey to gauge students' behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions regarding sexual misconduct on campus. To help our member institutions gather this crucial data, we are preparing to launch the 2016 pilot of our Community College Climate Survey. The deadline to enroll in the 2016 cohort is March 1.

Our climate survey team has already administered a version of the instrument at 34 four-year institutions in 2015 and over 34,000 students responded. Reflecting on this experience, we learned four valuable lessons that may help your institution navigate the campus climate survey process.

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