Campus Climate Survey 2018 Results

Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey 2018 Results

This Annual Report provides the RIT community with information concerning the steps the university is taking to continue to protect its students and employees from sex discrimination. RIT’s programs and initiatives to address sex discrimination have evolved over the past few years. RIT has made substantial progress as it continuously strives to improve. RIT continues to expand education and training opportunities for prevention and outreach, grow community engagement opportunities, revise internal processes to increase effectiveness, and review staffing to ensure the needs of the campus community are met. Input from the RIT community and peer institutions are closely monitored in order to evaluate and implement best practices at RIT. The professionals engaged in the work continuously seek and engage in training opportunities which are vetted for best practices and compliance with all legal standards.

  Download: 2018 Climate Survey Results.pdf


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Frequently Asked Questions

How was the survey developed?
The survey is informed by an exhaustive literature review on sexual violence research, relevant federal and state legislation, existing climate surveys, the White House Task Force report, and Department of Education guidance. The survey has been reviewed by student affairs administrators, Title IX coordinators, faculty, topic experts, and recent college graduates.

What are the survey components and questions?
The EAB Campus Climate Survey consists of a survey core and three optional: Community Behaviors, Community Attitudes, and Relationship Dynamics. The survey is completely anonymous. You can view sample questions from the climate survey. Please email the climate survey team (climatesurvey@eab.com) if you would like to see the full version of the survey.

Who is the target audience?
The survey is for full-time and part-time undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, not faculty, administrators, or other university employees.

How long is the survey?
The survey core will take 8-12 minutes to complete and each optional module will take 2-5 minutes. The survey employs skip logic that creates a custom path through the survey that varies based on a respondent’s answers.