Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents says it is deeply concerned by recent allegations involving sexual assault on campus.
A lawsuit was filed against EMU last month by 11 women who claim the university mishandled several sexual assault cases between 2015 and 2020.
“We will find out and publicly report any way in which we failed to support students or could have done better,” says Regent Jeffries.
Regent Jeffries says they will also do everything within their power to prevent such crimes from happening in the future and to make survivors feel supported after such a life-altering incident.
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