Membership Standards Survey FAQ

What is the survey about?

Delta Lambda Phi enlisted the services of Center for Research Design and Analysis at the University of Nevada, Reno to help collect information about potential changes to DLP’s current membership requirements. This survey aims to get feedback from everyone associated with Delta Lambda Phi to better understand our members’ attitudes regarding these possible changes.

How long will the survey take to complete?

This survey takes on average about 15 minutes to complete. That is an average and it may take longer to complete depending on your responses to some items.

Who is in charge of the project?

The Center for Research Design and Analysis (CRDA) in the School of Community Health Sciences at the University of Nevada, Reno is conducting this study on behalf of Delta Lambda Phi.

What kind of questions are asked?

The survey will ask questions related to your membership with DLP, attitudes toward potential changes to current membership requirements, and socio-demographic items.

How will these data be used?

These data will be used to help Delta Lambda Phi assess the current attitudes of our membership toward potential changes to current membership requirements.

Can I get a copy of the results?

The results will be included as part of a larger report on membership requirements that is to be delivered to the membership in Spring of 2016. The report will be available on the Fraternity’s Pythia web portal.

How did you pick me?

All active, alumni, and honorary members of Delta Lambda Phi were selected for this survey. The DLP membership database was used as the source for member information.

Will it be possible to identify someone by inference?

All the information provided will be reported in summary or aggregate form. No individual responses will be reported and no names or any other identifying information will be connected to these data during data analysis. All responses will be kept completely confidential. No IP addresses will be tied to your responses or your names.

Who will see my name or have access to my individual responses?

Access to these data will be restricted to project personnel at the Center for Research Design and Analysis, at the University of Nevada, Reno. No member of Delta Lambda Phi will have access to this information. No names will be tied to your responses during analysis, and no names will ever be provided with your responses to DLP. All data are kept on a secure, fire-wall protected server managed by both Qualtrics, the web survey provider, and by the University of Nevada, Reno’s IT Department.

If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact:

Rob Grau
Vice Chair, Board of Directors