Campus Climate Report

Comprehensive Campus Climate Surveys Report

A comprehensive report on the campus climate using data from the Spring 2020 surveys is now available. This report is the result of a massive effort of a number of shared governance bodies on campus. These bodies include: The Academic Senate, including the Executive Committee, the Campus Climate Committee and the LGBTQIA+ Campus Climate Committee. The President’s Commissions on Equity and Change, Status of Women and Sustainably also contributed to the report. Contributing campus partners include Staff Council and initially representatives from the Divisions of Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, and Students Affairs. Members of these groups not only authored the report yet for many preceding years gave input on which survey products would best suit the needs of the campus, how to equitably offer incentives to students, staff, and faculty and members of the aforementioned bodies provided input on the organization of the report. That there is no single author to this report reflects the campus wide commitment to better understanding our campus climate so that we might reach our Beach 2030 goals.

Access the Campus Climate Surveys Comprehensive ReportNote that the results are not to be reported for any groups/subgroups with 5 or less members and such groups are prioritized for qualitative data collection.

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Fall 2022

Research Collaborative

A Research Collaborative comprised of CSULB students, faculty, staff/administrators, alumni and community affiliates was formed to provide support and guidance on campus climate research efforts. This group is responsible for developing Ethical Use Guidelines and a Data Access Request Process. For the latter, it is anticipated that the earliest requests from students, faculty, and units wishing to engage in supplemental or individual research projects will be reviewed by the Research Collaborative beginning mid-Fall 2021. The forthcoming data request process is modeled after the HERI data request process and grounded in educational research ethics and best practices as outlined by AERA, institutional research best practices set forth by AIR, confidentiality agreements, etc.