The Campus Climate Survey is now closed.
The Campus Climate Survey is one of many steps we’re taking to better understand student experiences, beliefs, attitudes, and perceptions about diversity and inclusion at UBC.
Questions? Find answers here.
All UBC undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a degree program are invited to take this survey.
The survey takes about 15 – 20 minutes and can be done on your phone, tablet, or computer.
Data collected in this survey is completely anonymous and is stored securely on Canadian servers. Participation is encouraged but voluntary. Please answer honestly.
We want to improve campus life for all students, but we can’t do it alone. We need to hear your voice, learn about your experiences, and find out what each student needs to make UBC more welcoming. When you take the Campus Climate Survey, you’ll be sharing critical insights about campus experiences with diversity and inclusion. Data collected will show us trends and changes over time, and will help us make decisions to improve student life at UBC.
Yes! After taking the survey, you can to enter the draw for one of four Visa gift cards, including a $500 Visa gift card grand prize. Simply fill out the entry form once you’ve completed the survey. The prize will be drawn on April 9, and winners will be notified via email by April 16, 2018.
No, your survey responses are still anonymous.
The Campus Climate Survey is specifically focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion – one of UBC’s top priorities – and enables us to collect more detailed information. Modified versions of the Campus Climate Survey are conducted at a number of institutions across North America to help universities better understand their communities.
This survey is conducted using a tool provided by third-party research agency, EAB. UBC is a member of EAB’s Student Affairs Forum. Questions asked in the survey are created by EAB. Survey data is stored securely on Canadian servers.
The Campus Climate Survey will provide critical insights about student experiences with diversity and inclusion, and will help the Equity & Inclusion Office make decisions to improve UBC.
A modified version of this survey will be conducted at a number of institutions across North America, with the long-term goal of mapping trends, identifying discrepancy, and engaging in comparative analyses.
We plan to conduct the survey every two years, staggered with pre-existing campus surveys. The recurrence of this survey will be determined by its success in the first several years.
If you have questions, concerns, or would like to talk to someone directly about the Campus Climate Survey, please contact the Equity & Inclusion Office.