VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) - VSU officials now have a better idea of what they can do to prevent sexual assaults on campus.
A committee of faculty and staff released short-term recommendations Tuesday. They included creating a sexual assault center on campus and requiring greek and athletic organizations to take sexual assault prevention classes. VSU's president created the committee back in May.
"The recommendations are really trying to look at what is going on on campus and then how we can enhance those already wonderful programs that are being provided on campus for the students," said VSU Counseling Director Tricia Hale. Hale is also the chairwoman of the committee.
VSU's president asked the committee to come up with long-term recommendations by July of 2015.