Survey Results and Feedback

Read the full report

Click here to read the 326-page report generated from the climate-survey data.

Read the executive summary

Click here to read the 20-page executive summary of the climate-survey data.

View the presentation

Click here to view Dr. Rankin's April 28, 2017, presentation about the survey results.

Note: You must be logged into your @tamu.edu account to read the report and executive summary or view the presentation. On the Google login screen, enter your TAMU email address [(NetID@tamu.edu), not (NetID@law.tamu.edu)] then enter your NetID and password on the Central Authentication page. The report is read-only; downloading and printing are disabled.

You may also read a hardcopy report in the library (beginning Monday, May 1).

If you are experiencing difficulties accessing your TAMU Google account, instructions for accessing your TAMU Google account to view the documents are available below:

      

If you are logged into your private Gmail account:

  1. If you are logged into your private Gmail account, either log out of Gmail or start an Incognito/InPrivate/Private browser window (for Chrome/Internet Explorer/Firefox, respectively) [instructions for various browsers].
  2. Navigate to https://law.tamu.edu/climate-survey/results-feedback.
  3. Click the link for the document you wish to read.
  4. At the login prompt, enter [your NetID]@tamu.edu [Note to faculty and staff: use @tamu.edu, not @law.tamu.edu]:
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  5. On the next page, enter your NetID and password.
  6. The secure document will open in your browser.

If you have never claimed your TAMU Google account:

Tell us your ideas

We want to know your ideas for addressing the issues uncovered by the climate survey and your ideas for making Texas A&M School of Law a better place to study and work.

We will host a series of "town halls" for students, staff, and faculty in summer and fall 2017. But if you want to tell us your ideas now, please complete the following form. You may submit the form anonymously, but adding your contact info will allow us to ask follow-up questions.