UConn Reports and Statistics
Annual Reports Pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes Section 10a-55m
On September 25, 2019, UConn submitted to the Connecticut General Assembly’s Higher Education Committee its annual legislative report that provides a comprehensive review of UConn’s sexual violence prevention, awareness and response efforts during calendar year 2018.
UConn’s report reflects the University’s deep commitment to sexual violence prevention and response. It outlines the university’s hundreds of prevention, awareness and risk reduction programs and awareness campaigns during the 2017 calendar year. It also outlines the university’s comprehensive response to incidents that do occur.
As noted in the report, the University has continued to enhance training and awareness campaigns for both employees and students in an effort to prevent incidents and also to ensure that students understand where and how to report incidents of sexual violence, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. It is the University’s hope that this report will raise awareness and provide information about our commitment to both preventing and responding appropriately to all forms of sexual violence.
Effective October 1, 2015, all universities and colleges in Connecticut must submit this report annually by October 1 for the immediately prior year pursuant to General Statutes Section 10a-55m.
- UConn Today Story: UConn Releases Results of Annual Safety Reports, September 25, 2019
- 2017 Annual Legislative Report
- 2016 Annual Legislative Report
- 2015 Annual Legislative Report
- 2014 Annual Legislative Report
UConn Sexual Assault Campus Climate Survey Fall 2015
The results of UConn’s fall 2015 sexual assault campus climate survey provide an important view into our students’ experiences with and perceptions about sexual violence at UConn. This valuable information will inform our continuing efforts to prevent sexual violence and to enhance support to students when incidents occur.
The full results can be viewed here: Sexual Assault Campus Climate Survey Report