CASA SURVEY

The Coalition Against Sexual Assault is a loose group of students, parents, staff, and faculty (CASA) formed at the University of Saskatchewan to protest the institution’s inadequate response to victims/survivors and their families. 

We would like to capture the current trends in Canadian universities’ responses to campus sexual violence. Your answers will not be linked to your identity.   When we have 100+ responses, we will publish the results in aggregate form on the CASA-UofS Facebook page.   Please follow CASA-UofS on FB and Twitter.  

Questions:

1) Does your university provide you with: 

Training on how to support someone who has experienced sexual violence *
Education on sexual consent? *
Information about services on campus for sexual assault survivors?*
2) Brandon University’s “behavioural contracts” that prevent sexual assault survivors from speaking to anyone other than psychological counselors have recently been discussed in the media. Are these, or similar, techniques used at your university to silence survivors? *
If yes, what are the silencing techniques used at your university?
3) What is the name of your university?*
Other: If your institution is not listed above, please write the name of your university.
4) How adequate are the existing resources for prevention and response to sexual violence at your university?*
5) How adequate are the policies and procedures for prevention and response to sexual violence at your university?*
6) What do you think your university needs to do to improve how it responds to sexual assault on campus?
7) Overall, how would you rank your university’s measures to reduce the incidences of sexual violence?*
8) Overall, how would you rank your university’s efforts to respond to sexual violence?*