Assessment of Working, Living, and Learning

How's life at Michigan Tech? What do you see? What do you hear? What do you experience? What do you value most?

Last fall, the University community was invited to participate in the Michigan Tech Assessment of Working, Living, and Learning, a campus-wide survey of beliefs, behaviors, and practices. The assessment took place October 17 through November 10, 2017.

Update: Rankin and Associates have completed the report for the climate survey and presented the results in an open community presentation on September 21, 2018.


What Do You Have To Say?

At Michigan Tech, we're committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive community.

That’s why the University conducted a campus-wide survey—the Michigan Tech Assessment of Working, Living, and Learning. The assessment looked at a variety of topics that affect our community and used both qualitative and quantitative research methods. The approach was comprehensive—it included every member of the campus community: students, faculty, and staff. The confidential assessment addressed multiple aspects of your personal experiences working, living, and learning here.

Your Voice, One Michigan Tech

This assessment is supported by the University’s president and provost. The information gained will assist the University in continuing to improve your working, living, and learning experience while fostering greater visibility and information-sharing. Based on the findings of the study, the University will refine strategic initiatives and action plans that enhance the environment in which we work, live, and learn. 

Michigan Technological University—Campus Climate Research Study was produced by Rankin & Associates Consulting. All claims and comments found within this report were provided by survey participants and were selected for inclusion by Rankin & Associates Consulting. As of the publication date, the university has not validated claims made by the participants. Readers are encouraged to use discretion when reviewing this report.