No dating zone in campus

Campus sexual assault is defined as the sexual assault of a student attending an institution of higher learning, such as a college or university.

Despite the name, fewer than 40% of reported incidents occur on campus property.

Research consistently shows that the majority of rape and other sexual assault survivors do not report their attacks to law enforcement.

In response to charges that schools have poorly supported women who have complained of sexual assault, in 2011 Office for Civil Rights under the Obama administration used an interpretation of Title IX to issue "guidance" to universities.

The so-called "Dear Colleague" letter advised academic institutions that they must make changes to how they handle sexual assault allegations, including lowering the standard of proof, setting time limits on a response to allegations, and limiting the accused's rights to cross-examine the complainant.

Also, for those of us that like to try on 4 or 5 outfits in the morning and would rather do that from the comfort of your room - this way you can ask your roomies opinion - a mirror is a necessity that the school does not provide.

All freshman only dorms have twin beds that can be raised to create storage space!

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