College Insurrection recently reported that Yale has been fined $165,000 for underreporting sexual assaults.

Now Libby Sander of the Chronicle of Higher Education reports that four more colleges face similar complaints.

4 More Colleges Are Targets of Students’ Complaints Over Sexual Assault

Students at Dartmouth College, Swarthmore College, the University of California at Berkeley, and the University of Southern California announced on Wednesday that they had filed complaints with the U.S. Department of Education over the institutions’ alleged mishandling of sexual-misconduct cases.

The students made the announcement at a news conference in New York with Gloria Allred, a Los Angeles lawyer who is advising the Southern California students. Also present were students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and from Occidental College, where similar complaints have recently been filed. (Ms. Allred is also helping the Occidental students in their complaint.)

Some of the new complaints were filed under the Clery Act, a federal law that requires colleges to provide accurate reports of their campus-crime statistics, and others under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which bars sex discrimination at institutions that receive federal funds.

Nastassja Schmiedt, a Dartmouth student who attended the news conference, said the students had filed the complaints because they wanted “to tell everyone that we were not OK with sexual assault and violence happening on our campuses, and we were going to pursue legal justice.”

Officials at the four colleges said they had not yet seen the complaints and could not comment on the allegations. But they stressed that their institutions took seriously students’ concerns about sexual assault and sexual misconduct, and pledged to strengthen their efforts to deal with those problems.