Loyola’s Title IX office, received 213 reports of gender-based misconduct in the 2016-17 academic year. The previous year, there were 102 reports in the 2015-16 academic year. This dramatic increase has led to some criticism of the Title IX.
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Loyola fell in placement because six other universities scored at 49 and technically tied for 98th place — Auburn University, Illinois Institute of Technology, University of New Hampshire, University of Oregon, University of South Carolina and University of Tennessee.
At Loyola, there were 76 reports of gender-based misconduct on campus during the fall 2016 semester, up from 49 the year before.