The college or university has various obligations when responding to an allegation of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct under the Title IX Final Rule.
In short, a college or university is required to provide supportive measures that a complainant is required to refrain from disciplining a respondent without following a Title IX grievance process, which would include an investigation. A school is also required to provide clear definitions, so that a student or employee would understand how the process would work to address the sexual harassment. It would also have to treat both parties fairly, while also providing, say, a support to the alleged victim.
If you're facing a Title IX case or a sexual misconduct concern, having an experienced attorney advisor can help you navigate the process, and can help you work towards trying to ensure a fair process and a favorable outcome. They should be involved from as early as possible in the case.