Available Reporting Data
Central Washington University participates in the ACHA-National College Health Assessment (NCHA), a nationally recognized research survey. The NCHA allows us to collect precise data about CWU students' health habits, behaviors, and perceptions.
- Health issues covered include:
- Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use
- Sexual health
- Weight, nutrition, and exercise
- Mental health
- Personal safety and violence
There are many ways that CWU students, faculty, and staff can use the ACHA-NCHA II data. If you are interested in data related to sexual assault and other power-based personal violence, contact CWU Director of Health Promotion Marissa Howat at email@example.com.
Campus Climate Survey
Central Washington University administered a campus climate survey in the spring of 2017, encouraging all undergraduate and graduate students as well as staff and faculty to participate and provide their perspectives. The survey asked about perceptions of campus community, culture and safety as well as their experiences with prohibited sexual conduct.
Results of the survey are still being analyzed and prepared for dissemination. CWU will use the findings of the survey to continue improving education, prevention, support and conduct processes as part of its ongoing effort to achieve a campus environment free of sexual assault and misconduct. To request more information or comment, please contact CWU Director of Health Promotion Marissa Howat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clery Act is a consumer protection law that aims to provide transparency around campus crime policy and statistics. You can read the full text of the Clery Act at the Federal Register's website.
Questions? Please contact:
■ Thomas Pedersen, Interim Title IX Coordinator (email@example.com; 509-963-2031); or
■ Marissa Howat, Director, Wellness Center (Marissa.Howat@cwu.edu; 509-963-3233)