Dartmouth College’s administration is currently conducting a community study survey.
The survey will gather and assess faculty, staff, and students views on the campus environment, including learning, living, and working conditions.
The survey started yesterday, spearheaded by the Provost’s office and will end on the November 3rd. Officials hope to spark discussions about the campus climate and induce a thriving community as well as to develop plans to not only address current challenges, but to build on the college’s successes.
Rankin & Associates, which is a faculty-led group of national experts who specialize in analyzing climate culture, has been contracted to help out in the month’s time it will take.
The survey is taken voluntarily online.