- Associated Press - Thursday, September 18, 2014

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Clemson says it has suspended a mandatory survey of students the school says was part of a review to prevent sexual discrimination, harassment and assault.

The university said in a news release Thursday the training course will not be reinstated until officials can review and revise the content.

Some students complained the questions being asked were too invasive and did not seem to be addressing preventing sexual harassment and assault.

Students took the survey online and had to log in using their Clemson ID and password. The school says the individual responses were always kept secret from the school and the third-party vendor conducting the survey.

Clemson says the survey has been used at other colleges across the country.

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