Your child may have due process rights in a college sexual misconduct case. It does become a complicated consideration at a public institution, public college or university that is, a student does have due process rights under the state and federal constitution. At a private institution, the private college or university, it's often a contractual relationship that's established between a student in the school that would come into question if, say, at a private school, the school deviates from its policies and there's some adverse impact on the student, it's often, say, would be a contractual breach or a breach of contract issue versus a traditional due process issue.
That being said, there are going to be some instances even at private institutions, courts have shifted slightly in that regard where due process can be a consideration even at a private institution, so it is a complicated consideration. Overall, it may be the case that your student would have a due process right at a college or university. An experienced attorney advisor can help best explain given the particular circumstances at hand and can also help best protect a student's interest through the process. It's best to speak to an experienced attorney advisor in a given case so that those questions can be best answered.