"Its's scary to know that stuff like that goes on, because what if it happens to me," asked West Virginia University freshman Olivia Facemire.
That was her reaction when 5 News told her someone had been reportedly been sexually assaulted by a student earlier this week in Summit Hall.
"I never thought that this could happen before, but it has," she said.
The most recent report was the second one this week on campus.
On Monday a 21-year-old woman told police she was assaulted by two men near the University's student union. However, police never found anything to indicate that assault took place.
Facemire told 5 News on Thursday that she carries around mace to scare away any potential attackers.
"I feel safer than if i didn't have anything at all," she said.
According to police the most recent attack happened after a woman started talking to her reported attacker on social media and then met at the dorm.
"One of the things we want people to understand is that you shouldn't go out and meet someone in their room," WVU Police Chief, Bob Roberts said. "Go to a public place."
Roberts told 5 News that if that tip isn't followed it usually leads to problems. He advised it's also a good idea that people let their friends know where you're going. That way if something goes wrong police have a solid place to start their investigation.
"A lot of times what happens in these kind of situations is that someone will meet someone and they'll leave and the friends don't know where they're at," he said. "That makes it difficult for us to follow up on."
Roberts also passed along the following tips: