The university also said that it would introduce educational seminars on respect, consent and awareness for all students, faculty and staff when the new academic year starts. In April, NUS undergraduate Monica Baey took to social media to express frustration that NUS had not done more against a fellow student who had filmed her in her hall shower in November last year. The spokesman said that since April, the university has been enhancing security on its campuses through improved closed-circuit television CCTV coverage, upgrading of shower cubicles and toilet locks to make them more secure, and increased patrols by campus security officers. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. The university is also providing the victim with "dedicated support and assistance". The university is also developing a course to educate its community on respect and consent, added the spokesman. Police said they received a call for assistance around 8. NUS president Tan Eng Chye later apologised for falling short in providing support to victims of sexual misconduct, while Education Minister Ong Ye Kung called the current penalties "manifestly inadequate".
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