As one of the annual priorities for the 2023-24 academic year, President’s Council seeks to align available resources in order to in to invest in individial and community well-being. The critical first step was to collect perspectives from faculty and staff in a survey. As a reminder, this survey was designed to align with the U.S. Surgeon General’s Framework for Workplace Mental Health and Well-being.

Based on this research, the survey will incorporate five different areas of workplace well-being: mattering at work, work-life harmony, connection and community, protection from harm, and opportunity for growth.

737 invitations were sent to all staff and faculty. We received a total of 450 completed responses, or a response rate of 61.1%

We’ve summarized the results in the following three documents:

Employee Well-being results

Employee Well-being results – Faculty ONLY

Employee Well-being results – Staff ONLY