2014 LGBTQA+ Needs Assessment Report:
Investigating the needs and experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Asexual and other related identities on campus
The 2014 LGBTQA+ Needs Assessment Survey was developed to fill gaps in knowledge about LGBTQA+ experiences, wellness, and needs at the University of Arizona. This is the first survey of its kind on campus, and with 589 respondents, represents the most rich and in-depth information that has been collected to date on this population at the UA. With the financial support of a statewide grant on campus climate and wellness for LGBTQA+ students, the survey was developed through a collaboration between LGBTQ Affairs and Campus Health Service, and with the help and feedback of a wide array of partners across campus. LGBTQA+ and allied students, staff, faculty, and community members were invited to participate.