The University's first-ever campus climate survey, the Belonging Survey, allowed nearly 6,000 students, faculty, and staff to provide feedback regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus. Respondents shared their lived experiences through the survey, propelling us forward to make our University community more diverse, equitable, and inclusive than ever before. The quantitative results are now available for review, and the qualitative results will be released in the Summer of 2023.
Review the Belonging Survey Findings
The quantitative results of the survey gave us unique perspectives for charting our path forward to strengthen FIU's Culture of Belonging.
Understanding the Findings: Community Discussion Sessions
The Division DEI hosted two Community Sessions to discuss the findings. The first session covered undergraduate and graduate student findings and the second session focused on faculty and staff findings. The recording and slides for each session can be accessed below.
Explore the Tableau Dashboard
The Dashboard allows users to take a deep dive into the survey data. Users can review trends by stakeholder groups or demographics and do intersectional analyses of the data using different variables, such as gender identity, race/ethnicity, sexual identity, disability status, age group, among others.
Want to provide more feedback?
If you are further interested in sharing your experience at FIU, the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will be organizing a series of listening sessions on the University’s campus climate. Sign up to be contacted by the DEI team with more information on participating in these sessions.