It's intended to correct well known, existing, widespread biases that have been used to stifle sexual assault charges on college campuses.
Again, I'm not a lawyer and can not address how the accused will be protected legally.
As to the motives of administrators for downplaying sexual assault, it's about protecting the public image and thus probably about protecting the institution's financial health.
I never claimed that and based on the text of the proposed law, neither did its authors.
Are you aware that from the beginning of this conversation you have use only male pronouns to describe the accused while neither the draft of the law nor I have done so? The bill very carefully avoids making a presumption that men are always at a fault and that women are always their victims.