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NCAA Social Environments Study

The Social Environments Study is designed to examine how student-athletes interact with various on-campus and community groups; the level of comfort and trust within the campus community; perceived ability to intervene when teammates and peers need help; and expectations/education provided by coaches and others in dealing with various issues that arise in a student-athlete’s social environment. 

The survey materials for the 2016 iteration of the Social Environments survey were distributed to the campus Faculty Athletics Representatives in February of 2016. Copies of those materials are also available by following the links on this page.

This is the second iteration of the Social Environments survey, it was previously conducted in 2012.  Results from the 2012 version are available here: