Almost three-fourths of the University of Michigan community is satisfied that the campus climate allows them to thrive and to feel like they belong. But not all groups see it that way.
That's according to surveys, released this week by the U of M, of 8,500 students, faculty and staff at the Ann Arbor campus.
The surveys show that women and under-represented minorities are less satisfied with their experiences on campus than traditionally majority groups. That's also true of people with disabilities, members of the LGBT communities, and first generation students.