Making Berkeley a place for all
UC Berkeley is committed to fostering a campus community where everyone belongs and can thrive and realize their full potential.
Your responses to the My Experience survey will help shape the Berkeley experience for current and future undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, staff and faculty members, and administrators.
What is the My Experience survey?
A confidential survey to capture the experiences and concerns you have of campus and workplace climate. It is available to everyone on campus – undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, staff, faculty, and administrators
Designed by and for the UC Berkeley community, this survey will provide data to assess the experiences people have on campus and inform policies and platforms for change at the campus, department, office, program, and classroom levels.
Why should I take the survey?
Your participation will inform the campus about where to invest resources toward meeting the Chancellor’s priorities to build community; enhance the student, staff, and faculty experience; and increase diversity. It will also inform strategic planning and the direction of campus policies and opportunities.
Who can take the survey?
Undergraduate & graduate students - due to consent regulations, you must be 18 years old to take the survey
Staff - all job classifications
Are there accommodations for people with disabilities?
If anyone needs assistance filling out this survey, confidential phone support is available at 510-643-0818.
How long is the survey available?
Through May 10, 2019. It takes 30-40 minutes to complete.
Where do I take the survey?
Click on the first box on the right on the upper right of this page that says 'Take the Survey' and log in using your Cal Net ID.
Printed copies in English, Spanish, and Chinese (simplified and traditional characters) are available to staff. Call 510-643-0818.
When can I see the survey results?
A full report including recommendations and next steps will be released Spring Semester 2020. Campus gatherings will be hosted to facilitate discussions of the findings.