An estimated 4% of men on campus are repeat sexual offenders and commit an average of 6 rapes each.
In 80-90% of sexual assaults on campus, the survivor knew the attacker and the more intimate their relationship the more likely a rape was attempted and completed.
Only 27% of the women whose sexual assault met the legal definition of rape thought of themselves as rape victims.
55% of gang rapes on college campuses are committed by fraternities, 40% by sports teams, and 5% by others.
In a study of college students, 35% of men indicated some likelihood that they would commit a violent rape against a woman who had fended off an advance if they were assured of getting away with it.