The issue of campus sexual misconduct has demanded sustained attention from higher-education leaders for nearly a decade. While few deny the problem, there’s still no broad consensus on what future goals should be or signs of current progress with Title IX.
To examine the state of efforts around the country, The Chronicle commissioned an exclusive survey of college and university leaders from 567 institutions. The results are a snapshot of how well college officials believe they are doing — and a sign of what else needs to be done.
Download the survey report now to learn what colleges are doing with their sexual misconduct prevention and response programs, where they have seen the most impact, and which areas need improvement.