Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 67.61
Liaison Makayla Bonney
Submission Date Feb. 26, 2020

STARS v2.2

Indiana University Bloomington
EN-6: Assessing Sustainability Culture

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.00 / 1.00 Makayla Bonney
Assistant Director
Sustain IU
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Does the institution conduct an assessment of sustainability culture?:
Yes

Which of the following best describes the cultural assessment? The assessment is administered to::
The entire campus community (students and employees) directly or by representative sample

Which of the following best describes the structure of the cultural assessment? The assessment is administered::
Longitudinally to measure change over time

A brief description of how and when the cultural assessment(s) were developed and/or adopted:

A representative sample of IU students across all disciplines was surveyed in February 2020. The assessment utilized the Theory of Planned behavior to determine student attitudes, social norms, and perceived behavioral control of sustainable behaviors related to waste reduction, food, transportation, and printing.

Participants were surveyed via email.


A copy or sample of the questions related to sustainability culture:
A sample of the questions related to sustainability culture or the website URL where the assessment tool is available:

Below is a list of behaviors you may or may not engage in. By sliding the button to the right, please indicate the percentage of time you engage in these behaviors during the current academic year (Fall 2019 through Spring 2020). Remember there is no right or wrong answer, so your first answer is probably the most accurate. Please answer even if you don’t engage in any of the listed behaviors by sliding the button to zero. [sliding scale of 0-100%, starting at 0%]
• Print double-sided when required to print
• Turn off the lights when leaving the room
• Eat organic foods
• Reuse or recycle items
• Choose to walk, bike, or ride the bus instead of driving a car to and from campus

Most people who are important to me would approve of (5 point scale, 1= strongly disagree; 2=somewhat disagree; 3=neither agree nor disagree; 4=somewhat agree; • Printing double-sided when required to print
• Turning off the lights when leaving a room
• Eating organic foods
• Reusing or recycling items
• Choosing to walk, bike, or ride the bus instead of driving a car to and from campus

A link to the 2020 instrument to assess culture can be found here: https://surveys.indiana.edu/ApprovedSurveys/index.php


A brief description of how representative samples were reached (if applicable) and how the cultural assessment is administered:

A representative sample was reached using Spring 2020 FTE figures provided by the Registrar's Office.


A brief summary of results from the cultural assessment:

Results will be available in April 2020. The current survey expects similar results to the attached 2017 survey.


Website URL where information about the assessment of sustainability culture is available:
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Additional documentation to support the submission:
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