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Assessment of Climate for Learning, Living, and Working

UNM Health & Health Sciences

At UNM, each of us defines all of us. At The University of New Mexico Health & Health Sciences, we strive to genuinely embody that promise: To create an environment of diversity, belonging, and true equity for our learners, trainees, staff, and faculty.


The results of the survey are available. Please note that you must sign in with your Health Sciences, Hospital, or Medical Group credentials in order to access the dashboard. Data itself will be available no sooner than 6 months from the presentation date of December 2023. To protect confidentiality, all data sharing processes will bar reporting subgroups with few responses. Free text responses will not be distributed.

Campus Climate Assessment Results Dashboard


Next Steps

We invite you to participate in this important initiative to help improve our university's culture.

The Climate Assessment Action Committee (CAAC) will play a crucial role in addressing the culture and climate at our university, ensuring that it remains welcoming, supportive, and conducive to learning, belonging, collaboration, and thriving for all members of our community. By joining the CAAC, you will have the opportunity to actively contribute to positive change and make a lasting impact on our campus climate. 

Visit the form below for more information and to sign-up.  

 CAAC Sign-Up Information



Celebrating Our Successes

We thank you all for your engagement in the Assessment of Climate for Learning, Living, and Working. Your feedback is invaluable to us, and we are thrilled to report that we had 1,464 people complete the survey!

In addition, we are pleased to announce that we gave away 455 Amazon merchandise cards to survey takers as a token of our appreciation. We hope the recipients can put these cards to good use.

The survey was IRB approved and was provided in both English and Spanish.

Finally, we thank everyone who attended our All Things Art event. This event promoted the survey, and we genuinely appreciate everyone who came out to support us.

Currently, survey results are being analyzed by Rankin Climate. We expect to have a report to present to our community in early December.

Thank you again to everyone who participated in the survey. Your feedback is critical to us, and we look forward to implementing your suggestions to improve our services. 

If you have any questions regarding the survey, please refer to our FAQ page or email us at

Dr. Valerie Romero-Leggott and Dr. Douglas Ziedonis

Letter to the Community

Interested in learning more about the UNM Health & Health Sciences Climate Assessment and how we’re leading positive change within our institution? Read the Letter to the Community to find out more