Sexual assault gained attention at the college in May 2015, when the police charged a 19-year-old male student in connection with allegations that he repeatedly raped and unlawfully detained a woman in his dorm room over several days. The alleged victim was not a student at the college. A grand jury later refused to indict him, after photos presented to the grand jury showed him and the alleged victim together in the dorm hallway, smiling, according to a column in the Democrat & Chronicle.
The institution has affirmed its commitment to victims of sexual assault and collected resources online.
This 8-page document bundle includes letters from the Department of Education to the university and complainant informing them that an investigation is being opened and requesting data from the university (the data request is entirely redacted).