Cultural Climate Survey

Launched February 24, 2020, Georgetown invites all students to participate in the university’s first-ever cultural climate survey. The survey will enable the university to gain a better understanding of students’ sense of belonging at Georgetown and perceptions related to issues of diversity and inclusion.

The survey has been extended through Friday, April 24 and will require only 20 minutes of attention from each student. Collectively, the responses will help yield an extensive, detailed picture of our community. 

Participation is completely voluntary, and responses are fully confidential. Information will not be used to identify individuals in any manner. All identifying information will be permanently removed when the survey is closed and before any data is analyzed. No one at Georgetown will ever associate responses to an individual student.

Please see below for more information:

Introductory Message from Rosemary Kilkenny, JD (L’87)

An Invitation to Participate in Georgetown’s First Cultural Climate Survey

Announcing Extension for Georgetown’s First Cultural Climate Survey

Frequently Asked Questions

Georgetown Launches First Cultural Climate Survey of Student Perceptions

If you have any questions or have difficulty accessing the survey, please contact the Office of Assessment and Decision Support at (new window).

If you need disability-related assistance or auxiliary aides in order to access university resources, including the survey, please contact the Academic Resource Center,

Note the IRB# of this survey is STUDY00001625.