These reports investigate perceptions of campus climate and students’ sense of belonging, overall, as well as by specific student demographics. Reports focus on experiences by shared social identities such as race, religion and spirituality. Reports also focus on experiences that lead to diverse perspectives, patterns and ratings of interactions with students of different backgrounds, perceptions of the educational environment, and institutional structures for diversity.
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A report examining how UCLA undergraduates use social media to talk about issues of race, diversity and campus climate. (Spring 2015)
UCUES offers in-depth examination of the undergraduate experience at the University of California overall as well as an assessment of the experiences of students at each of its nine undergraduate campuses. In this report, we benchmarked UCLA’s campus climate for diversity against overall UC student population from 2004 to 2014. (Fall 2015)
A report based on results from the fall 2014 administration of the National College Health Assessment that examines UCLA undergraduate students' habits, behaviors, and perceptions on health topics. (Fall 2014)
A report that highlights the experiences of various racial/ethnic groups and their academic and social engagement, diversity-related activities, global skills, and perspectives on campus climate based on responses from undergraduate students at UCLA on the 2011 Diverse Learning Environments Survey. (July 2013)
A report focusing on the experiences of LGBTQ students including their academic and social engagement, diversity-related activities, global skills, and perspectives on campus climate based on responses from undergraduate students at UCLA on the 2011 Diverse Learning Environments Survey. (July 2013)
A brief from the 2011 Diverse Learning Environments Survey that examines the experiences of students with disabilities including their academic and social engagement, diversity-related activities, global skills, and perspectives on campus climate. Analysis also considered differences in these experiences by disability types. (July 2013)
A brief focusing on students enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors and how various subgroups of students in STEM experience their academic and co-curricular environments. (May 2013)
A summary of comparisons of survey responses between UCLA students and students at four other UC campuses. (April 2013)
A brief that examines students’ perceptions of institutional efforts for diversity and their engagement with institutional structures that promote diversity, both curricular and co-curricular. (December 2012)
This report summarizes findings on university and department climate, including perceptions of respect for students, support from program and faculty, level of career support, and relationships both in and outside the department, from the 2010 Student Affairs Graduate and Professional Student Survey. Aspects of climate related to perceived progress are also discussed. Key differences by race/ethnicity are highlighted. (May 2012)
The 2008 UCUES included a set of questions designed to provide an in-depth understanding of students’ perceptions of campus climate and diversity. The main purpose of this report is to summarize findings specific to the UCLA campus. In addition, comparisons are made with the eight other UC campuses in order to identify aspects of the undergraduate experience that are unique to UCLA students versus those that represent a larger system-wide trend. Further, comparisons of UCLA’s 2008 UCUES data were made with data collected in 2006 to identify any notable changes over time. (March 2009)