LOGAN (AP) – The Department of Justice and Utah State University have agreed to a series of guidelines following a three-year investigation into the school’s alleged mishandling of sexual assault cases on campus.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports the agreement released Wednesday notes that the federal review of USU will be completed when the school fulfills its side of the deal. The Justice Department’s review, which began in early 2017, came after its civil rights division learned of multiple allegations of “student-on-student” rape and harassment at the school.
Utah State must now comply with a list of requirements, including providing better training for students and employees on policies and federal laws involving sexual harassment.
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