I have a daughter and two boys all in college, and they share some stuff with me that goes on at their campuses (or did before this pandemic) I would have never thought about telling my parents.
My daughter claims that she knows several girls that have told her about having sex with guys at a party, and then when the guy doesn't talk to them the next day or tells the girl they aren't interested any longer, they've reported sexual assault claiming that part of their encounter was not consensual and it gets the guy in a heap of trouble/worry. The guy has to go in front of a school board and try to prove his innocence, as well as usually retaining a lawyer, which isn't cheap. That's my biggest issue with the he said/she said claims when there usually isn't a witness.
It's too bad since when there is a legit instance it makes it harder to believe the "victim." In cases where it is able to be proven without a reasonable doubt, then I'm fully for severe consequences to the assailant.