What are my rights in a Title IX case?

If you are accused of sexual misconduct under Title IX, your rights are governed by the U.S. Constitution, as well as federal and state law.  You may also have contract rights, depending on your situation.  You are entitled to due process, which means that you must be given a fair hearing.  This means you must be notified of the charges against you and given an opportunity to defend yourself against the charges before a neutral factfinder.