Campus Climate Survey News Feed
"The primary goal of the Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct was to provide participating institutions of higher education with information to inform policies to prevent and respond to sexual assault and misconduct.
The survey was designed to assess the incidence, prevalence and characteristics of incidents of sexual assault and misconduct. It also assessed the overall climate of the campus with respect to perceptions of risk, knowledge of resources available to victims and perceived reactions to an incident of sexual assault or misconduct." - From the Assocation of American Universities (AAU)
The Affirmative Consent Project's feed about the Campus Climate Survey will be administered at every university in the country, according to federal standards and guidelines. The survey findings and what campuses and universities do with the information is also tied to Title IX funding. We hope that you will find the information below useful.
There are a number of different types of articles that come through:
- Announcements of Campus Climate Survey Releases
- Promotion of the Survey, including student incentives
- Results of the Surveys, statistics and other findings
- The individual university responses to the Campus Climate Survey findings
We hope that you will find this information useful as the Affirmative Consent Issue continues to take center stage in fighting campus sexual assault. If you'd like more information about our Project, or the research we have done on the subject of Affirmative Consent, please contact us at [email protected] or (813) 766-9872.