I don't have one in front of me, but the questions are usually part of a large anonymous health survey they give to like 20% of student populations at a college. there's lot of questions about drinking habits, studying habits, and there are questions like "Have you ever been the victim of a sexual assault?" "Have you ever been touched inappropriately?" that kind of stuff. It's never "Were you drunk and had sex?"
what's tough to tell, though, is how many convictions a campus has for sexual assault in a given year. while there are mandatory reporting requirements (which are often violated), these requirements don't usually extend to other jurisdictions - even 5 feet outside campus - even if both the victim and the perpetrator are students. what's crazy is how poorly designed the guidelines are. a few months ago someone was murdered 20 feet off campus here and the police didn't send any sort of warning, and when people complain they said 'well we kept to the letter of the law!', even though it's clear if they gave a shit about student safety, perhaps informing students that a gunman was in sight of campus was important. it's in colleges best interest to hush as much stuff up as possible.