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Sexual Assault Statistics at ISU

The following is a summary of sexual assaults reported. Additional information on reported assaults can be found on the Campus Crime and Security Report.

Time Period: July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011

  • 21 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 66% were freshmen or sophomores; all survivors were female
  • 71% were assaulted by an acquaintance (2 cases, not reported)
  • 90% involved a single assailant (2 cases, not reported)
  • 84% were off campus
  • 16% were on campus (in the residence halls)
  • 80% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 62% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 25% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 43% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010

  • 10 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 60% were freshmen or sophomores; survivors were female, one was male
  • 80% were assaulted by an acquaintance (2 cases, not reported)
  • 80% involved a single assailant (2 cases, not reported)
  • 90% were off campus
  • 10% were on campus (in the residence halls)
  • 70% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 50% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 40% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 10%% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009

  • 9 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 44% were freshmen or sophomores; all survivors were female
  • 67% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 78% involved a single assailant
  • 66% were off campus
  • 33% were on campus (all occurred in the residence halls)
  • 66% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 33% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 50% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 44% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008

  • 21 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 30% were freshmen or sophomores; all survivors were female
  • 95% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 95% involved a single assailant
  • 86% were off campus
  • 14% were on campus (two occurred in the residence halls; one was outside)
  • 77% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 39% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 33% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 33% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007

  • 33 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 63% were freshmen or sophomores; 32 survivors were female, one was male
  • 74% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 100% involved a single assailant
  • 61% were off campus
  • 39% were on campus (two occurred “outside”; all others were in the residence halls)
  • 64% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 45% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 15% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 52% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006

  • 31 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 61% were freshmen or sophomores; all were female
  • 84% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 96% involved a single assailant (one case involved multiple assailants)
  • 68% were off campus
  • 32% were on campus (all occurred within the residence halls)
  • 86% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 64% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 29% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 47% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005

  • 36 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 53% were freshmen or sophomores; all were female
  • 89% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 100% involved a single assailant
  • 75% were off campus
  • 25 % were on campus (all but two occurred within a residence hall)
  • 61% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 89% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 11% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 53% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004

  • 27 sexual assaults reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 63% were freshmen or sophomores; all were female
  • 81% assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 89% single assailant; 11% involved multiple assailants
  • 70% occurred off campus (usually a private residence)
  • 22% occurred on-campus (all but 1 occurred within the residence halls)
  • 70% reported using alcohol prior to assault; 57% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 26% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 48% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003

  • 23 sexual assaults reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 70% were freshmen or sophomores; all were females
  • 87% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 83% single assailant; 17% involved multiple assailants
  • 56% occurred off-campus
  • 43% occurred on-campus (all but 2 occurred within the residence halls)
  • 70% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 94% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 9% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 30% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2002

  • 39 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 64% were freshmen or sophomores; all were female
  • 87% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 92% single assailant; 8% involved multiple assailants
  • 82% occurred off-campus
  • 18% were on campus (all occurred within the residence halls)
  • 72% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 43% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 15% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 50% reported use of physical force during the assault

Time Period: July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001

  • 43 sexual assaults were reported (*remember, most are not reported)
  • 46% were freshmen or sophomores; all were females
  • 91% were assaulted by an acquaintance
  • 93% involved a single assailant; 7% involved multiple assailants
  • 81% occurred off-campus
  • 19% occurred on-campus (all but one occurred within the residence halls)
  • 70% reported using alcohol prior to the assault; 80% of those were "too intoxicated" to legally consent; 26% suspected they had been given a "date rape drug"
  • 30% reported use of physical force during the assault

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