MSU survey seeks to discover if its culture has changed

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EAST LANSING, MI (WILX) - Michigan State University has conducted a first of its kind survey.

The university hoped to discover if new programs and policies implemented at the school are changing the culture at MSU.

This is in the in wake of the recent Larry Nassar scandal.

More than 15,000 MSU students, staff, and faculty participated in the university's first ever campus-wide survey.

Called the "Know More @ MSU Survey," it was launched in March.

A final report of the data will be presented to MSU leadership and the school's community members in this fall.

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