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Data and Reports

Listed below are links to reports published annually by the University and to several independent and special reports that include information related to sexual misconduct, harassment, discrimination, gender equity, and campus climate.

Annual Reports

To provide transparency and ensure accountability, the University issues a series of annual reports on efforts related to diversity and inclusion as well as a data on reports of harassment, discrimination, and bias-related incidents.

2017-2018 Annual Report on Diversity and Inclusion

The twelfth annual diversity report offers a broad overview of the important steps the University community is taking to expand diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. The report, available in both a fully accessible digital version and print-ready download, identifies areas of progress and many of the resources that exist across the University to support diversity and inclusion efforts; the appendices highlight particular events and accomplishments of the past year, including progress in responding to the Commission on Race and Diversity recommendations.

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2017-2018 Report on Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

The University is committed to providing a safe environment to work, learn, live, and socialize together without fear of sexual assault, harassment, or discrimination. The purpose of this report, released publicly for the first time, is to educate the University community about what the University does to prevent sexual misconduct and how the University detects and responds to reports of it. The Title IX Office is a resource for all members of the University community; however, this report primarily focuses on students’ experiences with the office.

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The College: 2016–2018 Bias-Related Incident Report

This is the College’s first public report on bias-related incidents since a reporting system launched in 2016. It covers two academic years: 2016–2017 and 2017–2018; moving forward, the College will provide annual reports on the status of bias-related incidents on campus.

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2018 Think Safe: Clery Crime Reporting and Statistics

Under federal and state law, the University must inform you about campus security policies, procedures, victim rights and services, as well as certain crime statistics reported to campus and local authorities. We must also inform you about fire safety policies, procedures, systems and statistics.

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Independent Reports and Investigations

The University is actively responding to recommendations outlined in a series of independent reports related to sexual harassment, gender equity, and campus climate.

Independent Investigation: The White Report

Former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White carried out an investigation commissioned by the University’s Board of Trustees to examine claims of sexual harassment and retaliation, and to review the University’s related processes, policies, and procedures.

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Commission for Women and Gender Equity in Academia

The Commission formed in October 2017 to help lead the University community’s effort to research and recommend policies and practices that promote a culture of respect, inclusiveness, and equal opportunity for individuals across the gender spectrum. The group issued a report in May 2018.

VIEW THE REPORT View President’s Response

The Students’ Association Task Force to Review Sexual Misconduct Policy

This student-led task force issued a report in April 2018 recommending changes to the Student Code of Conduct and the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy.

VIEW THE REPORT View President’s Response

Presidential Commission on Race and Gender Report

The commission conducted a comprehensive review of University policies and procedures with respect to race and diversity and issued a final report in October 2016.

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Special Reports

2019 AAU Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct

In February 2019, the University administered to students the AAU (Association of American Universities) Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct. The results of this survey provide us with critical information about students’ experiences with sexual misconduct, as well as the ability to compare our results with those of our peer institutions.

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