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A Message from the Interim President

Interim President Junkins encourages everyone to take the climate survey.

Headshot of JunkinsDear Students, Faculty, and Staff:

What is it like to learn and work at Texas A&M? Your answers on the 2021 Your Voice Matters survey will provide a great service to Texas A&M. Your valuable feedback will be crucial in developing programs and strategic plans for Texas A&M. The survey is running from Feb. 10- March 7. I ask you to take the 2021 survey by March 7, by visiting yourvoice.tamu.edu.

The survey, which is being sent to all students, faculty and staff across Texas A&M University, will take about 15 minutes of your time. Past survey results have been used to identify challenges, increase cross-cultural activities and programming for faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students to foster respectful communication, respect and dialogue across our diverse population, and encourage more meaningful levels of interaction.

Your participation is voluntary and your responses will be confidential. All results will be reported in the aggregate and you will not be identified in any way or associated with any of your responses. You may decline to participate or discontinue the survey at any time. For transparency and accessibility, the 2021 Your Voice Matters surveys are provided as PDFs for your review.

The link, again, is yourvoice.tamu.edu. Read more about the survey on Texas A&M Today.

If you experience problems with the survey or have questions, please contact the Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Evaluation at survey@tamu.edu. If you have a concern about this project, you may contact the Office for Institutional Effectiveness and Evaluation (assessment@tamu.edu), (diversity@tamu.edu), or submit a report to Texas A&M Ethics Point here.

Texas A&M University is committed to enriching the learning and working environment for all visitors, students, faculty and staff. As Texas A&M has progressed and grown, it has become increasingly clear that our ability to achieve our goals is intimately and directly related to our capacity to adopt and practice our core values of Respect, Excellence, Leadership, Loyalty, Integrity and Selfless Service, and to come together as a community. All students, faculty and staff are vital to Texas A&M’s community. Please tell me about your experiences at Texas A&M.

Thank you for dedicating yourselves each and every day to making Texas A&M a great university.

Sincerely,

Dr. John L. Junkins
Interim President