In an Academic Board meeting held on campus on Tuesday, Spence revealed that a third report containing first-person experiences was withheld from the public.
The document, which was prepared with no external funding, was partly designed to correct perceived issues with 2017’s Broderick review into USyd colleges.
Data from the Broderick Review's college-specific reports reveals that not all residential colleges are equal when it comes to unsafe practices.
The report detailed 23 recommendations that five of the six colleges have agreed to implement within 24 months.
The University will release any report it receives.
An archaic statute is at the heart of the College’s power to weather criticism of its sexist culture
The announcement comes after significant negative media attention this week over sexist comments made in a college Facebook group.
This would be a reversal of the college's previous stance.