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Faculty, Academic Staff, Classified, and LTE Web Survey

As the current Campus Civility Team of faculty, staff, and students begins to develop avenues to raise civility awareness and to facilitate positive social change among members of the campus community, we welcome your ideas and suggestions.

We appreciate your time in responding to these 10 questions.

1. What words or phrases come to mind when you think about civility?


2. What characteristics of civil behavior should be exhibited by both students and instructors in a classroom learning environment?

3. What characteristics of civil behavior should be exhibited between colleagues or between supervisors and staff in the office environment?

4. What characteristics of civil behavior should be exhibited by participants in other learning environments such as casual conversations, group deliberations, meetings, performance events, email exchanges, and athletic activities?

5. What characteristics of civil behavior should be exhibited by neighbors in the community?

6. What do you think of the idea of considering civility as a part of a liberal education?

7. What examples of incivility have you experienced?

8. What tools or information would aid you in dealing with these issues?

9. What methods of implementation would you suggest for helping bring about a campus cultural change?

10. The committee is developing a web site of resources. If you have seen materials or existing websites that would be helpful for others to reference relating to these issues, please provide a brief description and citation or URL for the materials.

What is your classification?




On behalf of the Campus Civility Team, we thank you for your time.


Note - you will receive an email stating that this information has been submitted. The email is sent to a generic "survey" mailbox and is deleted. Your name will NOT be associated with any of the data received. 

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