While some universities are under fire for inaction regarding campus sexual violence, one is being challenged for getting a little too carried away.

The Texas Tribune reports:

Campuses Under Federal Review Over Sexual Assault Investigations

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has opened three investigations this year into Texas universities — Texas A&M University, the University of Houston and Trinity University — over how they handled allegations of sexual violence on their campuses, documents obtained by The Texas Tribune show.

Such federal inquiries have generally been spurred by accusations that universities didn’t do enough to punish students accused of rape or harassment.

But at least one of the Texas campuses currently under review — Texas A&M — is being investigated for the opposite: a claim that administrators went too far when they suspended a male student accused of assaulting a female classmate.

That focus surprised officials at A&M, a university that has been praised by student groups and even NASA for its work to curb sexual violence on campus. But university President Michael K. Young said in an interview that he has no objection to the federal government reviewing the university’s policies.