To understand the impact of campus climate on recruitment and retention, Texas A&M's 2010 University Diversity Plan calls for academic and support units to explore data from student, faculty, and staff campus climate surveys.
2016 Graduate Student Campus Climate Results Summary (pdf)
Texas A&M University’s School of Law 2016 Law School Climate Survey
The Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS) provides summaries and full reports of the for their 2013 and 2016 campus climate surveys for graduate and professional students.
2015 Undergraduate Student Campus Climate Results Summary (pdf)
2015 Faculty Campus Climate Results Summary (pdf)
2013 Faculty Survey of Academic Climate and Activities (pdf)
2016 Staff Campus Climate Survey Results (pdf)
2016 Staff Campus Climate Results Summary (pdf)
2013 Staff Campus Climate Survey Results (pdf)
Sharing Campus Climate Results
To better understand the campus climate at Texas A&M, we are interested in the methods, surveys, and results of unit-level assessments within the institution. Additionally, understanding campus climate assessments and results conducted by other universities advances understanding of the challenges and progress of creating an inclusive, welcoming environment. If you are interested in sharing your results with us, please feel free to use this form or call us at 979-458-2905.