Campus Climate

Students walking in hallwayCampus Climate refers to the experience of individuals and groups on a campus and the quality and extent of the interaction between those various groups and individuals. Educational researchers, Hurtado et al. (2008), describe campus climate as a part of the institutional context that includes community members' attitudes, perceptions, behaviors, and expectations around issues of race, ethnicity, gender identity, and other dimensions of diversity.

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Contact Information

If you have any questions, contact Nickyia Cogshell, Interim Chief Diversity Officer at nickyia.cogshell@so.mnscu.edu or Brent Glass, Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at brent.glass@so.mnscu.edu.

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Below you will find information and resources relevant to campus climate including surveys, reports, and articles, as well as the travel ban executive order, news, and resources:

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