Sexual assault gained attention at the Maryland college in December 2014, when a male student was charged with second-degree rape and other crimes after an investigation found that he had sex with another student who was intoxicated. In February 2016, the male student pleaded guilty to a third-degree sex offense.
The institution has affirmed its commitment to victims of sexual assault, collected resources online, and strengthened its prevention and education efforts, in part by participating in the White House's "It's on Us" campaign.
This 20-page document bundle includes notification letters the Department of Education sent the university and complainant letting both know it was launching an investigation and requesting additional information. (Substantial portions are redacted.)