Some victims are reluctant to report assaults because they aren't sure whether a crime occurred
If as an adult, even a young one on a college campus, you don't KNOW if you were sexual assaulted, than I would argue you were NOT sexually assaulted. You just another special little snow flake that wants to blame someone else for the outcome, even if its nothing more than hurt feelings or shame, for your own poor choices.
Either something happened forcibly and against your will or it did not. You were coerced in some way or not. Its really pretty f'ing simple.
I am going to get accused of victim blaming here but I strongly feel the 'I was to drunk to consent' thing should not fly.
No, you're not going to get accused of victim blaming - you're going to get accused of drugging women to rape them. Bill Cosby didn't use force, so by your logic, all of those women consented.
If you are conscience enough to stand and speak you are conscious enough to consent, with proviso you have not been given an intoxicant without your knowledge.
Fortunately, the law doesn't work that way. The law also understands that there may be multiple intoxicants at play, some of which may be with the victim's knowledge, like alcohol; and some of which may not, such as GHB.
Its unfair to expect your 'attacker' to be able to evaluate your sobriety when they are also more than likely highly intoxicated as well.
Multiple studies with confessed rapists show that they are typically not intoxicated, while seeking out victims that are substantially intoxicated.
People simply have to be accountable for their own actions. If you knowing compromise your ability to make good decisions in a situation that isn't entirely safe, that includes only people you know well and trust completely you run the risk of making bad decisions.
The majority of rapists know their victims.
Basically, everything in your post is incorrect.