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Campus Climate Research

2001–2005 Campus Climate Research

The 2001-2005 MU Campus Climate Study was a rigorous and comprehensive self-evaluation that provided new information about how majority and minority group members perceived the current climate for diversity at MU for six groups: women, people of color, people with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals, non-Christian religious minorities, and non-native English speakers.

Data collection for Phase I began in the fall of 2001, which involved MU’s participation in the Rankin National Climate Study.

There were three simultaneous phases of data collection in 2002, and the fifth and final phase of data collection was completed in February 2005. Data was collected from nearly 6,000 faculty, staff, students and administrators at MU across all five phases of data collection.

In addition, three volumes of reports were prepared and disseminated containing nearly 500 pages of findings and information:

 

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