Learning, Living, and Working Climate Survey

Texas A&M University-Commerce considers a healthy university community a top priority, and the Learning, Living, and Working survey is designed to take feedback from students, faculty and staff to provide insight into the health of all our locations. Respect and inclusion are two important elements of a thriving university community. It’s not just the experience of individuals and groups on the main campus or our off-site locations; it’s also the quality and extent of interaction between groups and individuals that determines campus climate.

Dr. Susan Rankin, the lead consultant on our Climate Study Work Group, defines campus climate as "the current attitudes, behaviors and standards of faculty, staff, administrators and students concerning the level of respect for individual needs, abilities and potential."

We hope that by following the progress of this project and completing the survey when it is ready for dissemination, the university will work towards fostering a culture of inclusion whereby people of all backgrounds who live, learn, and work at A&M-Commerce feel welcome and valued.



Project Timeline

Climate Study Work Group Members

Rankin & Associates


Your questions and comments are very important as we move through this process. Please share by contacting Dr. Edward Romero at Edward.Romero@tamuc.edu.