On January 14 and 15, 2019 the BCIT Student Association hosted a resource fair that highlighted departments that provide sexual assault support to the BCIT Community. The feedback we gather from students in this survey will help us to understand how sexual violence and consent is viewed on campus, and determine what areas we can improve in. Please take a few minutes to provide us with your feedback.

Anyone who completes this survey will be eligible to enter to win 5 free coffees from The Stand store. Please see details below.

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* 1. Were you aware there was an event happening on campus related to Sexual Assault Awareness?

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* 2. Did you stop by the event, either in SE2 or NE1?

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* 3. Do you feel information about resources available on BCIT campus related to sexual assault awareness is relevant to you as a student?

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* 4. Did you have any concerns with promotion of content related to sexual assault awareness?

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* 5. In your opinion, does BCIT foster a culture of consent on campus?

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* 6. What does consent mean to you?

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* 7. Was there something you were expecting to see at the event that we didn’t provide?

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* 8. 8. The Advocacy office at the BCIT Student Association is one resource available to students who wish to discuss sensitive information in confidence. Were you aware of this resource for students?

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* 9. If you feel comfortable, please select the resources you have accessed during your time at BCIT:

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* 10. Please enter your contact information to enter to win 5 free coffees!

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* 11. The British Columbia Institute of Technology Student Association (“BCITSA”) is committed to the protection of Personal Information. The BCITSA has developed a Privacy Policy in conformity with and subject to the applicable requirements of the Personal Information Protection Act, SBC 2003, c 63 (“PIPA”). The BCITSA does use service providers, as defined in the Privacy Policy, which may host data outside of Canada. Any personal information that is volunteered may be stored on servers outside Canada. However, any Personal Information collected, used and disclosed by BCIT to BCITSA pursuant to the BCIT Agreement, is to be dealt with in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, RSBC 1996, c 165.

The complete Privacy Policy (SL-6) can be viewed here: https://www.bcitsa.ca/policies. If you have any questions about the BCITSA privacy policy or procedures please contact the Privacy Office by emailing privacy@bcitsa.ca.

By completing this form, you consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information as described above.

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