|Campus Climate Survey
|Developed by Members of the WMU Campus Community|
|In alignment with the . . .
Diversity and Multicultural Action Plan (DMAP) & University Strategic Plan
|Survey will assess the current climate of WMU in regard to respect for
diversity and inclusion of people from all backgrounds within the university community • Responses will be kept confidential • Data will be received
and analyzed by the external consultant • All Students, faculty, staff and
administrators over the age of 18 are invited to participate • Participants will have chance to win prizes • Campus wide participation is needed
|Facilitated by a Campus Climate Survey Consultant
Roger L. Worthington, Ph.D.
University of Missouri
Video from 2nd Annual
Excellence in Diversity Awards
is available on our Resources page.
Office of Diversity & Inclusion Vision
WMU recognizes that diversity and multiculturalism are essential for university administrators, faculty, staff members, students, alumni, and community partners to reach their unique potential in the areas of intellectual, personal, social, and cultural development in a fully engaged, enlightened community. Therefore, the University has a responsibility to encourage the exploration of the cultures and life experiences that are available on campus and in communities near and far, for cultural diversity makes sense only within a framework that enables equitable treatment of all in a community.
Office of Diversity & Inclusion Mission
WMU will be a leader in the area of diversity and multiculturalism by fostering an environment where diversity in all of its forms is investigated, explained, practiced, celebrated, affirmed, and vigorously pursued. WMU envisions an academic community that affirms the dignity, value, and uniqueness of each person. We intent to aggressively pursue the recruitment, retention, and/or promotion of a more diverse administration, staff, faculty and student body. Moreover, WMU aims to ensure that the campus climate is welcoming and affirming for all persons by addressing the causes and sources of structural inequalities and changing the decision-making processes that prevent “genuine participation” of all university constituents.