If universities want federal money (and they want as much as they can get), then it’s wrong for them to shirk federal legal standards for reporting assault and for proper treatment of those alleging assault.
(Make no mistake: I’d contend that universities have a duty to manage campuses well and fairly even if there were no federal laws. Ethical obligations of this kind are prior to law, and exist independently of it.)
Here, though, there’s a despicable hypocrisy: university officials gulp as much federal money as they can get, but of federal procedural standards for victims there may be not even a drop of support.
This libertarian has argued against any number of federal, state, or local governmental intrusions; I’ve argued against as many federal, state, and local expenditures.
It’s impossible to respect university administrators who seek federal money while simultaneously concealing & mishandling assault claims, or trivializing federal or state standards about assault reporting.
Administrators of that ilk want to promote themselves at taxpayers’ expense, and then hide their own misconduct from any and all.
No, and no again: no one’s entitled to that.