It is important, especially now, to understand how courses are taught and to support instructional staff as they work to craft effective educational experiences for students. Aligned with this belief, staff in the Center for Postsecondary Research offered a new, free opportunity to four-year colleges and universities this fall: The College & University Teaching Environment (CUTE) survey. As many institutions have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, this instrument aimed at gathering the teaching experiences of instructional staff. More specifically, this survey explored the ways faculty have supported students, navigated their own roles as educators, and their perceptions of the support they have received from their institutions amid the pandemic. By participating, 24 institutions will receive raw data files and custom reports by the end of the year, as well as an aggregate report summarizing broad takeaways—materials that can be used in a variety of ways including assessment, institutional improvement, and prompting discussion on teaching and learning initiatives. For more information about this project, including aggregate results from the inaugural administration, see the College & University Teaching Environment website.