The Office of Human Rights and Equity is asking the Brock University community to complete the Assessment on Living, Learning, and Working released on March 3, which has an extended deadline of April 15, 2020.
They hope that during this time of social distancing, the University community will take the time to complete the survey and help support efforts to improve conditions for everyone at Brock.
The assessment is a comprehensive review of the experiences of students, faculty, and staff, with all submission being completely anonymous. The survey, administered by Rankin and Associates, is part of the actions recommended by the Human Rights Taskforce in 2017.
Human Rights and Equity Director Leela MadhavaRau encourages the University community to take the time to share their experiences about their time at Brock as open and honestly as possible.
“I recognize our focus is elsewhere at the moment; however, I also know we are a community committed to transformation,” says MadhavaRau. “One of the best ways to achieve this is to discover what we are doing well and where we can make some adjustments. By completing this survey, you help to move us forward.”
The Assessment on Living, Learning, and Working is open to all students, faculty and staff. The survey closing date is being evaluated in light of the current Covid-19 crisis, however it will remain open until at least April 15, 2020. The survey can be found here.