In this study I am taking a close look into how students feel regarding sexual assault, safety, and administrative policy on the Sewanee campus. Participants are provided an online survey consisting of 53 questions covering demographics, safety, education, sexual assault experience, campus experience, and Greek life. There is also an optional interview portion in which students are given an opportunity to speak in greater detail about how they feel regarding safety on campus. In the interview, students’ voice changes they wish to see and personal experiences that will inform areas the school should focus on. Once all the data are collected, I will determine the effect of gender and graduating class on rates of sexual assault and the safety that people feel at specific Greek organizations. I will also be examining factors such as past sex education, openness of parents, and personal experience with sexual assault and how they interact with other variables. One goal of this study is to develop a better understand of what Sewanee could be doing to minimize sexual assault on campus.