Campus Climate Assessment
Your Voice Matters: Results are Available
The Campus Climate Assessment serves as a useful tool to support planning for the future and improving the community climate for faculty, staff and students at Millersville. Campus climate is "the current attitudes, behaviors, standards and practices of employees and students of an institution" (Dr. Sue Rankin, Rankin & Associates, Consulting).
The Presentation for the Campus Climate Assessment is available HERE.
Additional reports may be found HERE.
The Campus Climate Assessment is supported by:
- the Office of Diversity and Social Justice,
- the President’s Commission on Cultural Diversity & Inclusion,
- the President’s Commission on Gender & Sexual Identity,
- the President’s Commission on the Status of Women ,
- the President’s office, as well as
- the Planning, Assessment, and Analysis unit.
Millersville conducted campus climate assessments in 2001, 2009, 2010 (undergraduates only), and 2016. The results were used to inform strategic plans and had implications for policy change and practical applications.
The 2016 Campus Climate Assessment results may be viewed HERE.
Frequently Asked Questions
For more information about the fall 2016 administration of the campus climate assessment, please go to the Frequently Asked Questions page located HERE.
Definitions of terms related to Campus Climate are linked within in the survey and HERE.
The 2016 - 2017 Campus Climate Results
The 2016 - 2017 Campus Climate Assessment results are available HERE.
Campus Climate Assessment Working Group Members
The Campus Climate Assessment is co-chaired by:
Dr. Erin Moss, Associate Professor
Ms. Melanie DeSantis, Executive Director,
Click HERE for the entire Working Group Membership
Timeline, 2015 to 2017