Five lessons learned about sharing and using climate survey data

With the fall semester winding down, colleges and universities are already gearing up for the spring 2016 semester. This spring, many institutions will administer a campus climate survey to gauge students' behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions regarding sexual misconduct on campus.

The Student Affairs Forum successfully piloted the EAB Campus Climate Survey with 29 institutions in the United States and Canada during the spring 2015 semester. Earlier this year, we shared some of the top lessons we learned from administering this survey.

Over the past few months, institutions have dug into and shared their survey results. Based on our experience, research, and conversations with administrators at these institutions, we have five recommendations for sharing and using information from the campus climate survey.

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