Every two years the District Faculty Association gathers feedback from members through a Climate Survey. Many of you took Part 1 of the Climate Survey in Fall 2015 to convey attitudes on controversial issues such as compensation and handguns on campus. We thank you for your input, as it has helped inform and shape our ongoing conversations with our college and district leadership in our shared governance model.
Now we are conducting Part 2 of the Climate Survey, which includes the ongoing questions that are asked every two years, in the Spring semester of even numbered years. The questions are adapted from the American Association of Community Colleges “Competencies for Community College Leaders.” The 23 questions (numbered 36-58) should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Your participation helps us represent your interests. The survey is housed on a web server owned and operated by a DCCCD faculty member, and only the cumulative results are shared, so your responses are anonymous.
As has been practice for each previous administration of the climate survey, your faculty association president will share the quantitative results with you and your College President, and the council will share the results with the Chancellor.
Please take the time to provide your feedback by clicking on the link below to complete the survey before Friday, March 11, 2016: