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Campus Climate Study

The purpose of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Campus Climate Survey is to gain insight and knowledge into how campus stakeholders perceive and experience life at UW Oshkosh. The Campus Climate Survey was conducted to serve the mission of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to “provide a wide array of quality educational opportunities to the people of northeastern Wisconsin and beyond through the discovery, synthesis, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge.” The interaction of the dedicated faculty, staff, and students at UW Oshkosh fosters an inclusive learning environment that prepares our graduates to meet the challenges of an increasingly global society (UW Oshkosh website, n.d.). In other words, UW Oshkosh values multicultural awareness and understanding, works to promote a climate of mutual respect, and encourages inclusive cooperation among students, faculty, and staff.

The full report of the 2016 Campus Climate Study can be found here.

The video of the October 19, 2016 Breakfast Forum can be found here.

Please direct any requests for presentations on the results of the survey to Dr. Sylvia Carey-Butler, Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence. She will be available for presentations beginning spring 2017 on a limited basis.

If you or your organization, department, college have recommendations to improve campus climate based on the results of this report, please email them to Dr. Sylvia Carey-Butler will be putting together a team to review all feedback starting in the spring of 2017.

If you have questions about this report, the 2016 Campus Climate Survey, or campus resources related to equity, inclusive excellence, discrimination, or harassment, please contact the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence at

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