- Sense of belonging, respect, and welcoming environment
- Campus diversity
- Campus safety
- Experience with discrimination, bias, and harassment
While early in the analysis process, initial response patterns allow UNT leadership to be confident in their ability to generalize findings effectively across the various populations surveyed. A big THANK YOU to all of the faculty, staff, students, and administrators that participated in the Campus Inclusion Climate Survey, and to our Climate Survey Planning Committee, volunteers and campus partners that helped to make it a success! UNT response rates were congruent with acceptable social science standards for assessment and according to Campus Climate Surveys LLC, UNT has achieved the highest response rates for any institutions they have administered surveys for in the past.
|Population Type||Total||Responses||% Responded||95% Confidence Interval|
|Student||38,556||3,545||9.2%||+/- 1.56 pts|
|Faculty||1,653||393||23.7%||+/- 4.32 pts|
|Staff||2,061||796||38.6%||+/- 2.8 pts|
|Administrator||476||306||64.2%||+/- 3.35 pts|
Note: UNT Faculty, Staff, Administrator Population Totals and programming methodology provided by the UNT System Human Resources Information Services group in Fall 2018. Confidence interval calculations were derived for table 1.1 and 1.2 using tools available from here.
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Results are presented for four separate surveys: students, staff, administrators, and faculty. The full list of survey questions are included on each results page.
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Student results are organized using the Tinto (2012) model of student retention:
Staff, Administrator, and Faculty results are organized using the Shore (2018) model of talent retention and expansion: