Resident advisers in universities are part of the front line addressing the issue of sex on campus.
But other services are certainly needed especially for students not living on campus and for faculty. These include the use by the entire university community of on-campus counseling as well as use of off-campus services in the community.
These services are generally very extensive with a good track record. It’s good that this general issue of campus sex is now being openly debated and universities are becoming more aggressive about recognizing and addressing it.
Coordinating with those professionals in private practice and other state and county agencies is a good idea. Leveraging all resources make good economic and social sense for a complicated and serious problem.
“On the Campus Front Line.” “New York Times (Sept. 27, 2015).