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Be Heard: Campus Climate Survey

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Jeremy Haefner

Announcement  •

Dear DU community, 

The safety and well-being of our campus community is a top priority. Together, we are continually working to end discrimination, harassment and gender-based violence on campus. An important component of that work is ensuring every community member knows how to report sexual assault and gender-based violence—and that every reporter feels confident their experience is fully investigated.

To that end, the Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX (EOIX), Student Affairs & Inclusive Excellence (SAIE) and Human Resources & Inclusive Communities (HRIC) invite you to complete a brief campus-wide survey. The survey is open until April 29.

This survey measures the perceptions of and experiences with sexual assault and other forms of gender-based violence, DU’s response and available resources. It is important we hear from everyone, regardless of your experiences. The survey is completely anonymous and voluntary, and the results will inform research and help improve educational resources and assistance. Because your time is valuable, EOIX will give away 20 $25 gift cards to randomly chosen survey completers.

We realize this survey could be activating to those affected by sexual assault and gender-based violence. DU has comprehensive list of on-campus and community resources, including the Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment (CAPE) online.

As we approach April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), #DUYourPart by encouraging friends, classmates and colleagues to join you in sharing valuable insights through this survey. Thank you for your help making DU a campus free from sexual assault and gender-based violence.



Jeremy Haefner