MyCampus survey reveals where students feel unsafe around Georgetown
Earlier this week, University officials in conjunction with the planners at Sasaki Strategies rolled out its master planning survey for Georgetown University. In it, students, faculty, and staff are asked about their walking paths, where they eat, and where they socialize, among other things. Architects and planners at Sasaki plan to use the information to develop campus planning for the next 20 years.
The results of the survey are available online as entrants submit their responses. One of the questions asks where people feel unsafe on campus. Shown above are the results for the 668 undergraduate and graduate students who have taken the survey so far.
As expected, students feel the least safe on Prospect St, a conclusion that crime data more or less supports. Other clusters of unease include the front gates and, somewhat surprisingly, outside of Leo’s.
Image: Georgetown University/Sasaki Strategies