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Sexual Assault, Violence and Harassment (Title IX)

Sexual Violence Prevention Campus Climate Survey

Sexual Violence Prevention Campus Climate Survey

 

Consistent with New York State Education Law 129-B and policies of The State University of New York, New Paltz participated in the 2019 University-wide Biennial SUNY Uniform Campus Climate Survey. The Survey gathered information about student and employee experience with sexual and interpersonal violence and knowledge of policies and resources.  

1,075 students and 429 employees completed the survey, for response rates of 14.4% and 34%, respectively.  

83% percent of students indicated familiarity with the campus’s definition of affirmative consent,  

82% of students indicated they were aware that our campus has policies and procedures specifically addressing sexual assault 47% of students are aware of the Title IX Coordinator.  75% of staff knew how to find the Title IX Coordinator.  25% of students knew how to find the Title IX Coordinator.  

The Title IX Coordinator and the Title IX Working Group will review the results of the survey to better inform programing and educational awareness to improve student’s knowledge of the Title IX Coordinator and other campus resources that are available.  The next Climate Survey will be administered in the Spring Semester of 2021. More information about the Survey is available at https://www.suny.edu/climatesurvey/. 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Sexual Violence Prevention Campus Climate Survey Information:

Beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year, and in compliance with NYS Education Law 129B, each State University of New York State-operated and community college was required to conduct a uniform climate survey that ascertains student experience with and knowledge of reporting and college adjudicatory processes for sexual harassment, including sexual violence, and other related crimes.  This climate assessment affords New Paltz the opportunity to better understand our campus, assess effectiveness of training and education materials and better inform planning and programming that support a safe educational and working environment. 

In Spring of 2017, our campus conducted the Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Campus Cliamte Survey.  You can view our Executive Summary of Sexual Violence Prevention Campus Climate Survey Report online.