Penn State Releases Town Hall Satisfaction Survey
After hosting yet another town hall last week, Penn State is looking for feedback on its virtual events and messaging to the community.
The university released a survey to gather students’, employees’, and parents’ thoughts on the virtual town halls, which have been used frequently since March to share information with the Penn State community.
The survey asks viewers to rate their satisfaction with the virtual events, determine the best ways to engage with administrators, and provide big-picture feedback on how town hall events and messaging can be improved moving forward.
To date, Penn State hosted town halls to discuss its return to campus, government rulings’ effects on international students, commencement ceremonies, and the university’s efforts to support diversity and inclusion.
Penn State’s most recent town hall came last week. During the hour-long event, administrators provided info regarding the university’s coronavirus testing plans, students’ return to campus in August, and the enforcement of safety protocols in classrooms and throughout the community.
Each of the university’s town halls can be accessed and rewatched through its online archives.
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