According to the U.S. Department of Justice, one out of four female undergraduates will be victim to some form of sexual assault before graduation. Moreover, according to RAINN, nearly 70% of victims don't inform the police and that a mere 25% of reported assaults eventually result in an arrest. These jarring statistics reflect the need for universities and colleges to increase prevention and support systems for many of our students. SB 7 is an important first step in ensuring that our students are safe by requiring institutions of higher education to provide training and awareness in the prevention of sexual misconduct. Additionally, the bill ensures that institutions are held accountable by establishing procedures for investigations, protections for involved persons, and reporting.