A female Stanford University student reported early Sunday morning that she may have been drugged and sexually assaulted, campus police said.
At about 5:10 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 26, Stanford Police responded to a call at Page Mill Road and Hansen Way from a "distressed" Stanford student, reporting the sexual assault. The location and time of the assault were unclear, police said.
In accordance with the Clery Act, a federal statute that requires schools to report information about on- and around-campus crime, the university sent an email alert with this information to all students at about 7:45 a.m. on Sunday.
"Stanford University does not tolerate sexual assault, sexual misconduct or sexual harassment," the email reads. "The university encourages anyone who has been sexually assaulted or subject to other forms of sexual misconduct or harassment to report the incident to university officials."
The rest of the email provides information and resources for preventing and reporting sexual assault.
Bill Larson, public information officer for the Department of Public Safety, said Monday that there are no further details available at this time and campus police are still trying to determine where the assault took place.