Sexual assault gained attention on the campus after a series of incidents during the past few years. For instance, in 2012, two students reported being groped by the same suspect during the same week. And in 2014, the university suspended one of its fraternities after reports of a sexual assault at an off-campus party.
The institution has affirmed its commitment to victims of sexual assault, collected resources online, and increased education programs for students on sexual-assault prevention.
This eight-page document bundle includes two letters from the Department of Education to the university and the complainant, alerting both that an investigation is being opened and requesting data from the university.