Campus Climate Survey

The Office of Campus Culture and Climate would like you to provide feedback and share your perceptions of Bradley's climate through the 2023 Climate Survey. The survey is open to Bradley undergraduate students, faculty and staff.

The campus-wide Climate Survey supports Bradley University's commitment to building and sustaining a community where everyone can expect equity, support diversity and practice inclusion.

Why is it important?

The survey will help us understand your experiences as a student, faculty or staff member on campus, including issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion. We know completing a survey can be time consuming, but your input is incredibly valuable. Your feedback will help us identify areas of strength and those needing improvement. It will inform our efforts to create a better campus environment for everyone.

How will we use the data?

The data we collect will help us develop strategic plans across the university aimed at achieving a more equitable and inclusive campus environment. Your participation is completely anonymous and voluntary, and responses will be kept confidential. We will store all the data on a secure university server, and no one other than members of the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the Office of Institutional Research will have access to the database. The data will only be reported to the Bradley community in aggregate form and will never be attributable to an individual.

Next steps:

You will receive an invitation to complete the survey by email starting March 21. There will be three reminder invitations throughout the survey process ending April 28.

Bradley faculty will receive a special email and link from Higher Learning Research Institute (HERI) the company licensed to conduct the Campus Climate Survey. Please check your email inbox for a special email and link from HERI.

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Contact Information

Charity Gunn, M.S.W.

Executive Director, Office of Campus Culture & Climate

   (309) 677-3545