"I was shocked when you just told me, and I'm uncomfortable about it," said Kristin English, a CNU junior.
Campus police say all three assaults were reported on February 26, and that it's a coincidence that each one was reported on the same day.
The most recent victim told police she was forcibly sodomized and received non-life threatening injuries inside Potomac River residence hall on February 24, two days before it was reported.
Another assault occurred in October when a female student told police she was raped at the Wilson Apartments on East campus.
And the last one police told NewsChannel 3 about was at James River Hall in November when another victim said she was also raped.
NewsChannel 3 talked to several students on campus today and not one of them heard about any of the assaults since the university didn't send out a notice.
"Honestly, I'm shocked. And I'm shocked that the administration didn't say anything to us about it, especially being a young female on campus. Not being aware of that bothers me and it's kind of scary," said Anna Dinwiddie, a CNU junior.
NewsChannel 3 talked to a campus police spokesperson who says they would have sent out an alert if they felt there was a threat to the university community.
Students say they've recently received notices about other reported crimes.
"I wish the university would have told us. We get CNU alerts about robberies, and I feel like rape is definitely up there in importance," English added.