Yes. When the University receives information or a report of misconduct, the report is considered to be an allegation - not a fact. Through the process of investigating and conversing with the accused student, the conduct officer (or eventually the UCSD) tries to substantiate the accuracy of the allegations. In this sense, the University assumes the burden of persuasion (proof).

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