Surveys

OADS coordinates and administers a wide range of surveys of Georgetown students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents. Some surveys are conducted independently, while others are conducted as part of outside consortia or collaborations. Visit our Survey Calendar for a complete list and administration timeline.

Student Surveys

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Academic Engagement “Pulse” Surveys

In order to better understand, and react quickly to, the successes and challenges of learning in a remote environment, OADS has been collaborating with the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship to capture students’ voices throughout 2020 and 2021 as we learn and work in a virtual environment.

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Cultural Climate Survey

A partnership with the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Affirmative Action (IDEAA), the survey explores how students meaningfully engage their communities around issues of diversity, perceptions of institutional diversity, representation of marginalized groups and experiences within the cultural climate on campus.

  • Population: All students on the Main, Medical Center and Georgetown Law campuses (excluding GU Qatar)
  • Last administered: Spring 2020
  • Full Results: Released April 16, 2021 here
  • Follow-up “Spotlight” Reports: Results for specific groups or topic areas are featured in special reports found here.

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Sexual Assault and Misconduct Climate Survey

Launched along with 32 other schools convened by the Association of American Universities (AAU), the survey examines the prevalence and incidence of sexual assault and sexual misconduct occurring within the community, attitudes among students about the campus climate regarding sexual assault, and knowledge of university resources available to students.

  • Population: All students on the Main, Medical Center and Georgetown Law campuses (excluding GU Qatar)
  • Last administered: Spring 2019
  • Results: Full report released in Fall 2019

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Faculty Surveys

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COACHE Survey

The Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) Survey, organized by the Harvard School of Education, covers several topics, including research environment and institutional support; teaching load and student quality; nature and distribution of service responsibilities; facilities and work resources; personal and family policies; health and retirement benefits; interdisciplinary work and collaboration; mentoring; tenure and promotion opportunities, clarity and reasonableness; recruitment and retention, and institutional governance and leadership.

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Faculty Engagement “Pulse” Surveys

In order to better understand, and react quickly to, the successes and challenges of learning in a remote environment, OADS has been collaborating with the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship to capture faculty members’ voices throughout 2020 and 2021 as we work and learn in a virtual environment.

  • Population: All faculty teaching classes on the Main Campus (excluding Qatar)
  • Last administered: Ongoing
  • Results: Summary Report Released in May 2021