ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A Nazareth College student was arrested Wednesday for raping another student the previous evening, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office announced.

According to MCSO, a female student went to campus safety the evening of November 29 and said she was raped by an individual that she knew.

She was taken to the hospital by her friends, and campus safety contacted MCSO.

At about 11:30 p.m., sheriff’s deputies said they responded to Nazareth College for the call, and MCSO technicians responded to the hospital.

Following a quick investigation by the MCSO Major Crimes Unit, Joshua Mundia of Pittsford was arrested.

The 19-year-old has been charged with the felony rape in the third degree. He was remanded to the Monroe County Jail, and his bond is set at $10,000 cash, $30,000 bond, and $45,000 partially-secured bond.

An order of protection was issued for the victim, and Mundia is currently banned from Nazareth College.

Nazareth College put out a statement to the campus community regarding the incident:

Campus Community,

We write this morning to inform you that the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, working collaboratively with Campus Safety, arrested a student on campus Wednesday evening, charged with felony rape.

Sexual and relationship violence has a profound impact on individuals and communities. It takes a community of care to support victims and survivors, and Nazareth provides multiple reporting options and support resources. Nazareth also provides educational programs to prevent sexual assault and misconduct. Learn more about the resources, reporting options, and our policies and procedures:

Title IX Office
Health & Counseling Services
Center for Spirituality 
RESTORE Sexual Assault Services (available 24 hours)
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
Willow Domestic Violence Center (available 24 hours)
Campus Safety 

Students who need additional support can contact Kathryn DeVinney in Nazareth Health & Counseling, 585-389-2500, kdevinn2@naz.edu.

In cases like this, we are committed to the privacy of all parties involved, to foster an environment where students feel safe to report and receive support and care.

We offer the assurance that there is no active threat to the campus community at this time. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is the lead agency on this investigation. 

Nazareth takes sexual and relationship violence very seriously. We strive to be a community free from the threat of assault and violence, while actively responding to and supporting those affected by assault and violence.