15 Percent of Female University of Texas at Austin Undergraduates Victims of Sexual Assault, Survey Says

Monday, March 27, 2017

Fifteen percent of female undergraduate students at the University of Texas at Austin said they have been raped since enrolling, a survey released Friday indicated. Described as “the nation’s most comprehensive study on sexual assaults ever conducted in higher education,” it surveyed 28,000 students across 13 University of Texas campuses in 2016.

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