Climate Survey

Climate Survey

Launched January 25, 2021, Georgetown University in Qatar invites all students to participate in the Culturally Engaging Campus Environments climate survey, based on the university’s first-ever survey of this type conducted on Main Campus in the Spring of 2020 and modified for the Qatar campus. The survey will enable the university to gain a better understanding of students’ sense of belonging at Georgetown and perceptions related to issues of diversity, inclusion, and sexual misconduct.

The survey will remain open through March 6, 2021 and will require only 20 minutes of attention from each student. Collectively, the responses will help yield an extensive, detailed picture of our community. 

Participation is completely voluntary, and responses are fully confidential. Information will not be used to identify individuals in any manner. All identifying information will be removed when the survey is closed and before any data is analyzed. No one at Georgetown will ever associate responses to an individual student.  All data will be processed by the Georgetown Office of Assessment and Decision Support (OADS) in Washington, DC.

More About The Survey

Message from Ahmad Dallal and Rosemary Kilkenny, JD (L’87)

Frequently Asked Questions

Georgetown Launches First Cultural Climate Survey of Student Perceptions

Survey Accessibility

If you have any questions or have difficulty accessing the survey, please contact the Office of Assessment and Decision Support at or contact Nicole Heinz in GU-Q’s Title IX Office at

If you need disability-related assistance or auxiliary aides in order to access university resources, including the survey, please contact the Student Wellness and Counseling Center (SWCC) at

More on Improving the Georgetown Campus Climate

The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) has more information on their website about the cultural climate survey conducted on Main Campus in the Spring of 2020, as well as the university’s commitments and efforts to strengthen the campus climate.

Information about supportive resources available to the GU-Q community can be found on GU-Q’s Title IX website.

Research Approval

This survey has received IRB approval with the IRB number STUDY00003315.