A new report shows some California college campuses have work to do for Title Nine sexual harassment compliance. The Cozen law firm was hired to assess how the CSU was doing with Title nine , after complaints were made that Chancellor Joseph Castro wasn't doing enough about the issue. He resigned last year over the issue. The report made recommendations for each campus, concluding that more work needs to be done. Stanislaus State scored high, with twelve percent of students responding to the survey.