Commitment to Inclusiveness: Surveying Our Campus Climate
A Message from President Morishita
Dear Members of the University Community
To assess progress made towards fulfilling the Mission, Vision and Values of the university, a campus climate study was conducted in 2013-14, examining the environment and atmosphere for the students, staff, and faculty who study, work, and teach at the university. I am pleased to share the results, which represent the culmination of responses from students, administrators, staff, and faculty members. The survey was administered as a collaborative effort between the Office of Institutional Research, the Office of Diversity, and the Faculty Equity and Diversity Committee, in conjunction with EBI Map-Works.
While no survey can completely measure an entire campus community, the results of this report indicate areas of accomplishment as well as where action is needed. This snapshot can help us determine a path to improving our environment and ensure we are fulfilling the Mission, Vision and Values of the university. Thank you to everyone who participated.
President Leroy M. Morishita
Campus Climate Survey
Whom can I contact with additional questions about the Campus Climate survey?
If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions regarding the survey and/or the survey process, please do not hesitate to contact:
Planning and Institutional Research Associate
Diversity and Equity Liaison Officer (DELO)
Chair - Faculty Diversity and Equity Committee (FDEC)
Meiklejohn Hall 4096
Dianne Rush Woods
University Diversity Officer