LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — On Wednesday, Liberty University settled with 12 Jane Does — as well as eight unfiled claimants — who accused the school of “enabling” on-campus assaults in a lawsuit filed last summer.

However, since that multi-plaintiff lawsuit was filed in July 2021, there have been three lawsuits involving Title IX misconduct by the university, including one involving a former employee and two involving women who say school officials failed to address their cases after they were reportedly raped.

Liberty University has been accused of creating an unsafe campus by a number of people, including those at Save 71, an organization of Liberty alumni and students advocating for changes in administration.

Save 71’s co-founder, Dustin Wahl, gave the example of blue light boxes — emergency phone booths placed around campus so students can reach emergency services when they feel unsafe.

“I think the student government at Liberty has requested call boxes every single year since 2014,” said Wahl. “Ignored. Each time the school said, ‘nope not necessary.'”

The Lynchburg Police Department even recommended blue lights to the school, according to Wahl, but it wasn’t until 22 complaints were reported in the 2021 multi-plaintiff that the school promised to install them.

However, more than five months later, Wahl says there are still no blue light boxes on campus.

You can check out WFXR News’ previous coverage of the lawsuits against Liberty University below: