The chancellor of the University of Kansas says her administration plans to respond this fall to recommendations from a university sexual assault task force.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little says her administration plans to respond this fall to the recommendations from the University of Kansas Sexual Assault Task Force.
The task force, formed last fall, presented 27 recommendations in May. Recommendations included creating an on-campus center for sexual assault prevention and education and requiring all freshmen to live in residence halls.
Gray-Little says the university has already taken some steps to address sexual assault, including updating the student code and creating an advocate position to help parties involved with sexual assault cases.
Information from: Lawrence Journal-World