Oregon State University piloted and distributed the Campus Inclusivity Survey during April and May of 2015. Students (undergraduate, international, graduate) as well as representatives from various academic departments, the graduate school, and several student affairs departments worked together to create a survey, which will inform OSU's understanding of inclusivity on campus.
4,000 OSU students, selected at random were invited to participate in the pilot Campus Inclusivity Survey. A link to the survey was sent to student's OSU ONID email accounts.
Thank you to students who participated and individuals and offices across campus who made this survey possible.
The 2015 Campus Inclusivity Pilot Survey Executive Summary & Report are now available. Please clink the link below to view the report.
2015 Executive Summary
If you did not receive an invitation to take the pilot Campus Inclusivity Survey and would like to add your voice, or if you would like SAREP to present to your office or department about the survey data, please contact Dr. Daniel W. Newhart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check back here for updates and action plans based on student's experiences shared in this survey.