Police are looking for three suspects after two York University students were assaulted on the school’s Keele campus on Friday.

The first alleged incident happened just before 5 p.m.

The victim, a 20-year-old woman, told police a man sexually assaulted her at Vari Hall, not long after she got off a TTC bus.

He fled and was last seen near the GO bus stop.

He is described as having a dark black complexion, five-foot-10 to six feet tall, with short black hair and bulging eyes. He was wearing a black bomber jacket with a red hoodie, black jeans and black Nike sneakers with a white swoosh logo.

About two hours later, around 7 p.m., two males approached a York student who was walking with a friend and asked if they had drugs for sale, according to a report on 680News.com.

After being told there were no drugs, the suspects reportedly hit the student on the head with a metal pipe. The student was taken to hospital for treatment.

The suspects are described as black, one taller than the other, wearing black coats and blue jeans. One was wearing a black hat with the letter A on it.

According to York officials, both university security and Toronto police have increased their patrols on campus.