Tampa, Florida -- The University of South Florida reported another sexual assault this year.
A male student reported being raped between 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Friday in the recreation Center's locker room.
"It seems like the rec center needs better security to get in," said senior Amol Kumar.
He said all anyone needs is student identification to get in and the people at the desk do not usually pay attention to the picture that is supposed to pop up when someone swipes their ID card.
"Kids can get in any way they want," said Kumar. "They can use their friend's student ID and come in."
USF police beefed up security over the weekend around the recreations center. 10 News tried obtaining a list of those names who entered the gym that morning, but the recreation center's staff was unable to help.
Police said to remain vigilant of any suspicious activity and report it immediately.
They describe the attacker as a black man in his early 30s, 6'1" to 6'3", with a short fade hair cut. He was wearing black sandals.
USF has reported three sexual assaults on campus this year, and five last year.
"I have had so many university alerts and emails my last few semesters about rapes and dangerous situations near campus. I am not blaming law enforcement, but maybe they need to take a different approach," said Kumar.