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Students urged to complete survey about campus life before March 13 deadline

MTSU administrators are urging students to take advantage of the opportunity to share their thoughts about the overall campus environment by participating in an online survey seeking to capture their opinions.

The “Campus Climate Survey” can be accessed through a student’s university email account and can be completed up until the Monday, March 13, deadline.MTSU Wordmark

The university has partnered with outside vendor Campus Answers to conduct the survey in order to ensure the anonymity and validity of the responses.

Students have been invited to complete the survey via multiple email notifications in recent weeks that include a link to the online survey.

Questions include how welcome students feel on campus, if they feel that the campus is inclusive in both on-campus social settings, such as clubs, organizations and other extracurricular activities, as well as in academic settings.

MTSU will use the survey results to promote awareness, provide education and training and improve policies and opportunities to enhance our community.

Students pass between the buildings on the east side of the MTSU campus, including the Business and Aerospace Building, the College of Education building, the new Student Union, the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building and the John Bragg Mass Communication Building. In the distance construction continues on the new Student Services Building and parking garage next to the Health, Wellness, and Recreation Center. (MTSU file photo by Andy Heidt)

Students pass between the buildings on the east side of the MTSU campus, including the Business and Aerospace Building, the College of Education building, the new Student Union, the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building and the John Bragg Mass Communication Building. In the distance construction continues on the new Student Services Building and parking garage next to the Health, Wellness, and Recreation Center. (MTSU file photo by Andy Heidt)


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