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Here are some stats on sexual assault and relationship abuse:

One in 5 women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college.
Source: Krebs, C. P., Lindquist, C., Warner, T., Fisher, B., & Martin, S. (2007). The campus sexual assault (CSA) study: Final report. Retrieved from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

On college campuses, between 80-90% sexual assaults involve students who know each other, not strangers.
Source: US Department of Justice, Sexual Assault on Campus: What Universities are Doing About It, December 2005.

Knowing how to support friends and roommates matters. In a 2016survey by Pennsylvania State University, 86 percent of the undergraduate students who told someone about their assaults chose to tell their close friends about what happened and about 70 percent told their roommates.
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It is estimated that only 5% of sexual assaults on college campuses are reported, making sexual assault the most underreported crime.
Source: Krebs, C. P., Lindquist, C., Warner, T., Fisher, B., & Martin, S. (2007). The campus sexual assault (CSA) study: Final report. Retrieved from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

Nearly half (43%) of dating college women report experiencing violent and abusive dating behaviors. One in six (16%) college women has been sexually abused in a dating relationship.
Source: Fifth & Pacific Companies, Inc. (Formerly: Liz Claiborne, Inc.), Conducted by Knowledge Networks, (June 2011). “College Dating Violence and Abuse Poll.”

College studentsdo not feel equipped to deal with dating abuse. 58% of college students say they don’t know how what to do to help someone who is a victim of dating abuse. 38% of college students say they don’t know how to get help for themselves on campus if they were a victim of dating abuse. More than half of all college students (57%) say it is difficult to identify dating abuse.
Source: Fifth & Pacific Companies, Inc. (Formerly: Liz Claiborne, Inc.), Conducted by Knowledge Networks, (June 2011). “College Dating Violence and Abuse Poll.”