Sexual Assault, Campus Exclusion, Considering Leaving F&M: What’s Inside the Climate Survey Final Report

By Daniel Robillard || Investigative Reporter

Hartman Green. Photo Courtesy of TCR Photographer, Guangyu Yang.

On Wednesday, September 23, the Campus Climate Survey released the full report of the Campus Climate Survey conducted last year. The report, totaling more than 400 pages, provided data on the responses of more than 1,500 students, faculty, and professional staff and covered a range of topics centered around respondents’ feelings regarding the overall climate at F&M.

The College Reporter created a collection of graphics that detail some of the important findings to come out of the report.

Note: All figures were created by The College Reporter with data from “Franklin & Marshall College: Assessment of Climate for Learning, Living, and Working Final Report,” Rankin & Associates, Consulting.

Survey Demographics

The Overall Campus Climate at F&M

Students who Considered Leaving

Unwanted Sexual Experiences

Student Experience

Exclusion on Campus

Paying for F&M

Daniel Robillard is an Investigative Reporter. His email is drobilla@fandm.edu.

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