Red Brick Wall Coalition

We Believe You.

When you share your experience with the Red Brick Wall Coalition - you are in control of your own story.

If you would like to share your story anonymously with Coalition leadership, please fill out our survivor survey using the link below. If you consent at the beginning of the survey, your information shared may be included in datasets and reported in an aggregate form without your narrative attached. Please only answer the questions you feel comfortable with, and feel free to share as much or as little as you want. We will not share any detailed story of your experience with an external audience.

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If you have questions or concerns about sharing, please reach out to our Survivor Support Team at All communication is confidential and will not be shared without your express affirmative consent.

Why is the coalition collecting stories?

We want to provide an opportunity for survivors to share their stories for actionable change—potentially a step for themselves and for the larger community. Hearing your experiences allows the Coalition to learn what processes worked and did not work if the survivor chose to report to  the college or why they chose not to report. To do the best job we can for supporting all people, it is important for us to know the nuances of each experience because no two stories are the same.

Is this survey anonymous?

Yes, this survey is anonymous. We do not ask for your name. We do ask some demographic questions such as race, gender, sexual orientation, and class year (if applicable), but it is up to you to choose if you would like to share.

Will my story be shared in any way?

First and foremost, we will not share the details of your experience. In the survey, there will be an opportunity for you to let us know whether you want your information to be included in a summary table that would include data points such as the number of people by race and gender who shared their story or number of students that transferred because of their experience. This summary table will be used to inform the coalition and, if warranted, the college to understand the depth of the problem at hand.

Where will my information be stored?

All responses will be saved in our secure two-factor reinforced drive. Only selected coalition leadership, including the Survivor Liaison, will have access to your survey responses.

What if I change my mind part of the way through about wanting to share
my story?

You can always go back and change how you would like your information to be used or simply exit the survey.