Two N.C. State University students told campus police they were raped during a campus party Friday night, according to police incident reports made public Monday night.
A third student told investigators she was the victim of sexual battery, the reports show.
One of the cases is being investigated as a second degree forcible rape after one victim told police the suspect had sexual intercourse with the victim after she was given alcoholic beverages and an unnamed drug, according to one incident report.
A second case is also being investigated as second degree rape. Alcohol was determined to not be a factor in that case or the sexual battery case, according to the incident reports.
No arrests have been made, but N.C. State Police Chief Jack Moorman on Monday said the police department's entire investigative unit has been assigned to the case.
The police chief said his investigators are also consulting with the Wake County District Attorney's Office.
The alleged assaults happened Friday night between 9:30 pm and 11 pm at Timber Hall, a student apartment building at Wolf Village, near Western Boulevard.