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“The increase could be attributed to an increased awareness of resources available on campus for sexual assault survivors.”Ending sexual violence and improving campus climate have become top priorities for Iowa’s public universities and private colleges in recent years — as UI and Iowa State University, along with Grinnell College and Drake University, are being investigated by the U. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights for their handling of sexual assaults.
The federal government also has rolled out new rules, standards, and mandates, and the Iowa institutions have responded by updating policies and launching an array of initiatives.
IOWA CITY — The University of Iowa last year recorded a threefold increase in sex offense reports on campus — 49 compared with 16 in 2015 — with the biggest bumps coming in reports for forcible rape and fondling.
The rise is amplified when looking back a few years.