The Campus Climate Committee [CCC], a presidential advisory group composed of faculty, students, administrators, and staff, in partnership with the Office of Institutional Research, conducted a survey to assess perceptions of campus climate at San José State University [SJSU].
In addition to exploring campus members’ perceptions of the overall environment at SJSU, the project aimed to examine the extent to which campus members valued diversity, and perceived SJSU as safe, welcoming, respectful, and supportive of people of different genders, abilities, races, cultures, and sexual orientations.
The Campus Climate subcommittee developed four instruments to assess the perceptions of the distinct constituents on campus: students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
Please find the links to documents below from the 2006 Campus Climate for Inclusion assessment process.
- Responses from Administrators [pdf]
- Responses from Faculty Members [pdf]
- Responses from Staff Members [pdf]
- Responses from Students [pdf]
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