Students at HBCUs are especially in a difficult position because these particular colleges and universities are already disenfranchised in comparison to PWIs. A student might falsely believe that they are responsible for financial damages their HBCU might incur due to violation of Title IX or the Clery Act. It is important to note that students are not responsible for their school’s noncompliance. It is the sole duty of administrators to properly address sexual violence on their campus and protect its students. Additionally, many Title IX violations do not result in defunding schools and some institutions have been able to reduce Clery Act fines. It is important that HBCU students understand that if you love something, hold it accountable. Title IX, Title VI, Title II, and Clery Act complaints are put in place to hold schools accountable for their actions and make substantial change on college campuses in order for all students to have equal access to educational programs and activities. There are cases where HBCUs are being threatened with closure or have already closed due to financial reasons unrelated to fines from the Department of Education. However, it is not the responsibility of survivors and HBCU students to save their campuses despite the overwhelming rape problem. Filing Title IX complaints is one way that students can feel safe on their campus and receive the justice they deserve.