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The Sexual Misconduct Campus Climate Survey is being conducted by Southeastern Illinois College. The purpose of the study is to provide information about the behaviors and perceptions that current students have related to Southeastern Illinois College. You will be asked to complete a questionnaire concerning: relationships, sexual experiences, experiences with dating violence, and perceptions about safety at SIC during the last 12 months.

The questionnaire should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. All of the information provided in the questionnaire will be anonymous.

Illinois law (110 ILCS 155/35) requires Southeastern Illinois College to conduct the Sexual Misconduct Campus Climate Survey annually; however, your participation is voluntary and may be withdrawn at any time without penalty or prejudice, and if you have any additional questions concerning this survey, you may contact Chris Barr at You are not required to answer any questions in the survey and you can choose to skip a question or select a “prefer not to respond” option.

Potential risks and/or discomforts you could experience during this study include upsetting or distressing thoughts or feelings when answering questions related to sexual assault victimization and potential traumatic life events. If you feel upset during or after the study, you can contact Brittany Warren, Mental Health Counselor, at or 618-252-5400 ext. 2523. In addition, if you feel these topics will cause a trigger of a past negative situation, do not take the survey. The survey is not meant to cause anyone significant distress.

If you wish to report an instance of sexual or gender harassment, dating or domestic violence, sexual assault/violence, or stalking contact Brittany Warren, Mental Health Counselor, at or 618-252-5400 ext. 2523. If you would like to talk to a confidential advisor about your experience contact Brittany Warren, Mental Health Counselor, at or 618-252-5400 ext. 2523.

The Sexual Misconduct Campus Climate Survey is an important tool Southeastern Illinois College uses for understanding and addressing our institution with regard to sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. Student participation in the survey will help us to be more aware of the issues we need to address, and will help us craft the tools needed to address them. Your responses will be confidential. Your responses will be combined with those of other students and reported in summary form only. By submitting this survey, you are stating that you have read the information above in its entirety and understand the purpose of this survey.