Georgetown University students are demanding an investigation by the university’s administration after a report said the university did not fully investigate a sexual assault allegations that occurred at the school in March.
“We were instructed to keep silent about what happened in March, but now we have a report that confirms what we already knew — that Georgetown failed to do everything it could to protect us and protect our campus,” said student Emily Cisneros, a senior at Georgetown who is pursuing a law degree.
Cisneros and other Georgetown students have accused four members of a fraternity, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon, of sexually assaulting them in the fall of 2016, when they were members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
The allegations came to light after members of an unidentified fraternity contacted police, according to the Washington Post.
The students were interviewed and cleared, but a university spokeswoman told the Post that no criminal charges have been filed.
The investigation has not been completed, and Georgetown has not released the names of the fraternity members.
A spokesman for the school said in a statement to The Washington Post that the university does not comment on pending litigation.
In an email to The Post, a university spokesperson said, “We have no further comment.”