According to "Drawing the Line: Sexual Harassment On Campus;"
● 62% of female college students and 61% of male college students report having been sexually harassed at their university.
● 66% of college students know someone personally who was harassed.
● 10% of less of student sexual harassment victims attempt to report their experiences to a university employee.
● 35% or more of college students who experience sexual harassment do not tell anyone about their experiences.
● 80% of students who experienced sexual harassment report being harassed by another student or former student.
● 51% of male college students admit to sexually harassing someone in college, with 22% admitting to harassing someone often or occasionally.
● 31% of female college students admit to harassing someone in college.
● More than ⅓ of college students experience sexual harassment within their first year
● Male and female students are nearly equally likely to be sexually harassed on campus.
● Female students are more likely to be the target of sexual jokes, comments, gestures, or looks.
● Male students are more likely to be called gay or a homophobic name.
Hill, Catherine and Elena Silva. "Drawing the Line: Sexual Harassment on Campus." AAUW Educational Foundation. 2013. 7 May 2013
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