Most Recent Survey

Great Colleges to Work For Survey (2022)

Results coming soon

Previous Surveys

COVID-19 Differential Impacts Campus Survey and Focus Groups (2021)

To gain a better understanding of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on employee productivity and well-being, including the differential impacts on those from underrepresented populations (e.g., essential workers, caregivers, and racial/ethnic minorities), the university conducted a campus-wide survey of faculty and staff and held focus groups with campus leaders.

View findings of the Covid-19 Differential Impacts Survey

Great Colleges to Work For Survey (2019)

In 2019, the university invited employees across its campuses to participate in the Great Colleges to Work For Survey to solicit feedback on their experience working at UNLV. The survey, completed by 1,369 randomly selected employees, serves as a tool to inform university leadership of areas where UNLV has demonstrated strength and where improvements can be made.

View Summary of Results from the 2019 Survey


The Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) is a consortium of over 200 universities and systems that aim to provide research-based improvements of faculty experiences in recruitment, development, and retention. Housed within the Harvard Graduate School of Education at Harvard University, they provide several services including a Faculty Satisfaction Survey. UNLV chose to assess faculty satisfaction through this survey and it was administered at UNLV in Spring 2016 by COACHE. Since then, a Provost Report, Dean reports, and a Steering Committee have directed UNLV’s steps to address inequities that reach across the entire campus.

The following reports from the 2016 survey are available:

  • Full Provost Report
  • Overall Grades
  • Summary of Results (infographic)
  • Global Satisfaction Percentages by Group

A 2018 Update is also available. For a copy of any report, please email the Office of Faculty Affairs and include the name of the report you are requesting.

UNLV Campus Climate Survey

Creating a campus that is diverse, comfortable, and inclusive for all its members is a critical component of UNLV’s strategic planning efforts. The campus climate survey — which measures employee perception, satisfaction, and morale — serves as a barometer of university’s diversity efforts and current state of affairs.

Climate surveys are available for the years 2010, 2011, 2015, and 2016. For a copy of any of these surveys, please contact the Office of Faculty Affairs.