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USC officials say they expect the number to increase as the school’s public awareness campaign about sexual assault takes hold with students.
Since 2014, a nonprofit with one employee, no accomplishments related to its mission and no correct address provided to the IRS or S. Secretary of State has received 6,000 in Richland County hospitality-tax funds and will receive another ,000 this fiscal year.
“The process of choosing to come forward, of having the slate of options to choose from, is really empowering.” At least 57 University of South Carolina students have reported offenses to the school’s office of Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention and Prevention.
That means the school is on pace to have about 40 more offenses than last year.
But according to records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, SCALE’s only activity has been funding a community parade/reunion in the Horrell Hill area and acting as a fiduciary pass-through for a Caribbean restaurant’s annual reggae concert.
And the group’s use of the funding has some County Council members questioning the county’s use and monitoring of hospitality, or H-tax, awards.
But the increase does not necessarily mean more assaults are occurring, USC officials say.
Instead, they say it shows the school’s campaign to raise awareness of sex offenses and the support available to victims has taken hold among students.
But Caldwell said most students who report sex offenses to USC end up speaking with SAVIP on the recommendation of on-campus groups.The charity, Second Chance Afterschool Learning Environment, Inc.