Student feedback wanted about prevalence, risk factors of sexual misconduct

The university has released a new student survey meant to evaluate the climate at Johns Hopkins and gain feedback from full-time students about the prevalence and risk factors of sexual misconduct, the accessibility and visibility of resources and reporting practices, and other questions relating to sexual violence on campus. Student input will be used to further refine the university's policies pertaining to sexual misconduct and will inform future education and awareness efforts.

The survey, which takes about 30 minutes to complete, will be available through March 19, and students can take it by clicking the unique link that was emailed to them. The survey is conducted by the Office of Institutional Research, and responses will be kept separate from identifying information.

Every fifth participant who completes the survey will receive a $10 Amazon gift card.