Michigan State University launched it’s first campus-wide survey focused on the culture, perceptions, and policies associated with sexual misconduct and relationship violence on campus.
The optional survey received 15,000 responses from 9,500 students, 4,500 staff and 1,000 faculty.
The Know More campaign was launched by the university’s Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Expert Advisory Workgroup.
The goal was to paint a picture of what sexual misconduct and relationship violence looks like on campus.
“I want to thank the thousands of students, staff and faculty who took the time to participate in the Know More @ MSU survey,” MSU Acting President Satish Udpa said. “This survey was very carefully created to give us a baseline of community knowledge about RVSM, and we are committed to sharing the results openly and using the data to shape future programming and policy decisions.”
A final survey report will be widely shared with the MSU community and posted to the Know More campus survey website.