Sexual assault gained attention on the campus when the Office for Civil Rights notified the college it was under investigation.
Several reported sexual assaults have garnered attention on the campus. For instance, in November 2014, a female student reported being raped in a fraternity house, prompting the Interfraternity Council to suspend social activities.
Emory was one of the initial 55 colleges under investigation in this wave of federal enforcement as announced by the Education Department in May 2014.
The institution has affirmed its commitment to victims of sexual assault, collected resources online, conducted a campus climate survey, and instituted mandatory Title IX training for staff members.
Hours after a sexual assault was reported at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity house in an all-Emory email, Emory's Interfraternity Council (IFC) enacted a self-imposed suspension of social activities in fraternity houses in response to yes...