Each year students, faculty and staff are asked to complete an anonymous online survey to continue the University’s ongoing discussion about relationship and sexual violence and its impact on the campus community.
The survey is comprised of 13 benchmark questions released by the Ohio Department of Higher Education and is scheduled to be sent to the campus community on Monday, March 28.
“This year’s survey is the 13 benchmark questions, so it will take less time to complete while still gathering critical information,” said Vicky Kulicke, UToledo director of Title IX and Compliance and Title IX coordinator.
“This feedback is crucial in helping to shape our education and prevention programming on campus. We are here to listen and support our UToledo community, and one of the ways we can do that is through this survey, which will assess education, prevention and awareness efforts and how to continue to improve.”
It will take approximately 5 to 7 minutes to complete.
Students, faculty and staff will receive a link to the anonymous survey from the Division of Student Affairs via email and are asked to complete the survey by Friday, April 15.
Survey response data is used to help shape the education and prevention programming on campus. Title IX staff also utilize data to determine where additional resources should be allocated based on feedback.
UToledo is conducting the survey in collaboration with the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Changing Campus Culture initiative. For more information, email email@example.com, call 419.530.4191 or visit the Title IX website.