COVID-19: COACHE Community Updates

A research-practice partnership and network of peer institutions dedicated to improving outcomes in faculty recruitment, development, and retention.

Using COACHE data, more than 300 colleges, universities, and state systems have strengthened their capacity to identify the drivers of faculty success and implement informed changes. 

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Faculty Surveys

Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey

This survey offers academic affairs administrators unique insights into the faculty experience. The survey captures faculty sentiment with regard to teaching, service and research, tenure and promotion, departmental engagement and collegiality, and other aspects of the academic workplace.

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Faculty Retention & Exit Survey

The Faculty Retention & Exit Survey involves COACHE partners in the only comparative study of faculty retentions and departures. The results show the implications of certain policies and offer insight into the causes, costs, and conduct surrounding faculty exit.

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Our Approach


Our reporting platforms were custom-built with academic affairs administrators in mind. With built-in disaggregations by tenure status, rank, demographics, and discipline, the out-of-the-box reports are robust and intuitive enough to get your team working on taking action from the data.


Participation in each of our surveys entails a three-year partnership during which institutions have access to our team of researchers, a broader cohort of peer institutions, and access to educational opportunities.

From Twitter

  • HdxAcademy
    HdxAcademy "The question for presidents, provost, and deans is, is your visible leadership on diversity... actually changing campus culture? Or is it just making white faculty feel better about themselves and their institutions?" @coacheproject
  • HdxAcademy
    HdxAcademy "The broader change that needs to happen is instead of viewing diversity as just a matter of numbers to actually see diversity and belonging as assets that will change our institutions--including promotion and tenure--for the better." @coacheproject

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