This month and next, the university will administer the Campus Culture Survey (CCS), a comprehensive effort to transform the campus culture by better understanding the experiences of faculty, staff, and students and the extent to which they feel respected, supported, and valued at CU Boulder.
The CCS opens the week of Oct. 18 and closes on Nov. 21. Faculty and staff will be able to provide anonymous responses about sense of community, respect, and connection, academic and workplace cultures, and share instances of hostile treatment, discrimination, and protected-class harassment, including sexual harassment, that they may have experienced at CU Boulder.
This year’s survey is the first time the university is asking all students, faculty, and staff to participate in a culture survey. Each group will receive a similar but separate survey through a unique link that is specific to their role and environment at CU Boulder. Once a campus member hits “submit”, their name, email, and IP address are deleted, making their responses anonymous.
More details can be accessed by visiting the survey’s FAQs webpage. CU Boulder’s campus culture survey is a collaboration among OIEC, ODA, and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE) and is part of a broader effort underway on all four CU campuses.