With the rise of social media, there is an explosion in the number of students who post their sexual misconduct and sexual harassment complaints on the social media platforms.
One such example is Florida State University, which is facing multiple accusations of sexual misconduct on campus.
According to the university’s Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance, in January, the university received a complaint of sexual harassment from a female student, according to a report from the student newspaper, The Seminole Times.
The student alleged that she was groped on campus, inappropriately touched and sexually harassed by a male student on campus during a party hosted by her fellow students.
The university suspended the accused student, and has since placed a “significant amount of resources and resources into preventing similar incidents.”
The Office of Student Conduct at Florida State did not respond to questions from the Orlando Sentinel about how the university was able to monitor and control the volume of complaints and respond appropriately.
The office declined to comment on whether the suspension had any effect on the number or volume of sexual assaults on campus or how many students were disciplined for violations.
The investigation, which was conducted by the Office of the Dean of Students and the Office for Institutional Diversity and Equity, also found that the student had been a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity for more than three years and had previously been banned from the fraternity by the university.
The university said that the university suspended its Greek chapter on Dec. 31.
The Office for Student Conduct said that in a statement, the office said, “We are committed to providing a safe environment for all members of our campus community, and will continue to work with the university to develop and implement safe and respectful campus communities.”
The university’s suspension has been a major focus of the university and a key factor in the university regaining national attention for sexual assault cases.
Florida State is also the only school to face accusations of campus sexual misconduct.