Johns Hopkins University distributed the latest campus climate survey on sexual assault and misconduct to full-time students by email, in order to gain insight into the prevalence of sexual violence on campus, the accessibility and visibility of resources and reporting practices, and how students perceive the efforts of the university to keep them safe. Students are asked to complete the survey by Sunday, April 14. This year, the university has adopted the AAU survey, which includes standardized questions that allow for direct comparisons among responses from universities across the nation.
The survey is anonymous and takes about 30 minutes. About 20 percent of participants will be selected at random to receive a $10 Amazon gift card upon survey completion. Students are encouraged to take the survey even if they have not experienced misconduct so that results provide a complete and accurate indication of the prevalence of sexual violence on campus.