MIT Health & Wellness Surveys
MIT periodically invites the community to participate in surveys that cover a range of health and wellness topics. A few of the campus-wide surveys on this topic are listed below.
|2014 Community Attitudes on Sexual Assault
In late Spring 2014, the Chancellor sponsored a survey to understand how sexual assault affects the MIT community. The aim of this survey was to collect information on some social and cultural aspects of MIT culture, attitudes and opinions on different types of social behavior, and experiences in different types of sexual situations, including those that are nonconsensual. The survey was sent to all current MIT students and recent alumni.
Survey resource guide for other schools
|Overall 35%, 39% Undergrad, 31% Grad||Overall survey results will be posted by Fall 2014.|
|2013 American College Health Association's National College Health Assessment
In Fall 2013, the Office of Community Development and Substance Abuse and Community Wellness at MIT Medical invited all enrolled students, undergraduate and graduate, to participate in the American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment (NCHA) survey. The purpose of the survey was to gather information and to help understand how MIT students engage in various components of health and wellness.
|Overall 20%, 23% Undergrad, 16% Grad||- Executive Summary
- Survey Highlights and Overall Report
|2005 Medical Task Force Surveys
The Task Force sponsored surveys to allow all members of the MIT community the opportunity to express their views before offering any recommendations.
|Task Force Final Report|