Consistent with New York State Education Law 129-B and policies of The State University of New York, SUNY Cortland participated in the 2019 University-wide Biennial SUNY Uniform Campus Climate Survey. The Survey gathered information about student and employee experience with sexual and interpersonal violence and knowledge of policies and resources.Population surveys were administered by SUNY System Administration via email to 6,442 students, and 1,304 faculty and staff. 615 students and 430 employees completed the survey, for response rates of 9.5 percent and 33 percent, respectively.
SUNY Cortland, working with SUNY and community colleagues (including students, faculty, and staff), will use these data to improve response to violence, develop prevention programs, and will continue to study the issue. The most recent Climate Survey was administered during the Spring 2021 semester. Results from the 2021 survey will be published when available. More information about the Survey is available here.
Are you a student, faculty or staff member, or visitor who believes you have been a victim of sexual misconduct? Sexual misconduct includes but is not limited to: sexual harassment, sex discrimination, sexual assault or intimidation. Whether or not you reported the incident to the college, we’d like your opinion on how we can improve the effectiveness of our campus policies and procedures that address sexual misconduct, stalking, domestic violence or dating violence. Please share your suggestions and/or feedback by contacting the Title IX Coordinator, 607-753-4550, Miller Building, Room 404, or by email to TitleIX@cortland.edu.
Updated October 26, 2021