Although regrettable, it's not uncommon where a student can be charged by his or her college or university for some kind of misconduct related to that person's views. Not always the case, but in many instances, these would be, say, a traditional or conservative views that may be not well-received by the general climate on the campus. Many colleges and universities are liberal-oriented in terms of their values and politics, and students with traditional and conservative views can find themselves running afoul of their classmates or professors and others at the school in terms of the views that they hold.
Of course, a student has a right to hold the views and values that they hold true to themselves. It's not unusual though that a school can be overzealous in trying to be politically correct and would, say, charge a student or pursue some kind of disciplinary proceedings against a student. Is a school within its rights in doing so? In most instances, not. Does that mean that it doesn't happen? No, unfortunately.
Having an experienced attorney advisor will be your best ally in terms of helping you protect your rights and interests and to help you understand and navigate the process. They should be involved as early as possible if you're facing any kind of allegation or issue of that nature so that they could take the necessary steps with the school to address the matter accordingly.