These articles are part of the ModelCampus: Title IX Action Guide.
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Ensure Equal Rights for Both Parties

As required by the Campus SaVE Act and Title IX, both the victim/survivor and alleged perpetrator must be offered equal rights. This includes being entitled to a prompt, fair, and impartial investigation, including the same opportunities to present witnesses and other evidence, have an advisor of their choice, and be notified of the outcome of the investigation.

Accommodations for victims/survivors and alleged perpetrators should be equitable, though not necessarily identical. While these laws only require that accommodations be offered to victims/survivors, most schools recognize that and alleged perpetrators might also need such supports (although not necessarily the same ones) and will offer them when appropriate.