Visualizing the University's campus climate survey on sexual misconduct
By Nick Cruz
Among students who have experienced instances of sexual misconduct at the University — which survey data shows amounts to 22.5 percent of female undergraduates — many chose to share information in the University's Campus Climate Survey regarding the circumstances surrounding their experiences. Below you will find visualizations of some of the key findings presented in the data report generated by the University.
What were the circumstances of the sexual assaults that occurred?
Students were asked a series of questions regarding non-consensual behaviors they might have experienced within the past year. These questions contained varying levels of physical contact during the sexual assault.

Select a type of sexual assault below and a bar on the chart to find out how students responded.

NOTE: Students were able to respond to more than one answer. These percentages cannot be summed across methods.

Type of sexual assault

Circumstance of sexual assault
Click on a bar on the chart for more information.

This means that...


indicated that they were

Who is the most at risk?
The results presented risk factors based on different demographic factors and memberships indicated by the survey participants. Here are these risk factors.
are 7.7 times
more at risk than
are at 0.31
times the risk of
LGBTQ students
are 2.6 times
more at risk than
students not
in greek life
are at 0.40
times the risk of
students in
greek life
students involved in
club sports
are 1.5 times
more at risk than
students not involved
in club sports