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Check back for the results of the 2019 Harvard Student Survey on Sexual Assault & Misconduct

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Read the Final Report of the Harvard University Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Assault, released following the results of the 2015 Survey.

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Find the answers to commonly asked questions about the 2019 Survey.

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About the Survey

The Harvard Student Survey on Sexual Assault & Misconduct is a survey for all Harvard degree-seeking students. It measures the prevalence of, attitudes towards, and response to sexual harassment and sexual assault on our campus.

The 2019 survey is a follow-up to the AAU’s 2015 campus sexual climate survey, in which Harvard also participated. The data collected provides information not only about the environment on Harvard’s campus, but also about the environment at many other institutions across the country. Survey responses are completely confidential.

Responses to the survey provide Harvard with a better understanding of student experiences on campus. That understanding helps inform University policies designed to prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault, improve resources, and measure change to create a safer environment for all of Harvard’s community members.