Campus Due Process Statutes

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Campus Due Process Statutes

In 2015, North Dakota enacted SB 2150, now N.D.C.C. 15-10-56. SB 2150 Bill Summary SB 2150 provides students and student organizations at public institutions with the right to active representation by an attorney or non-attorney advocate, at their own expense, during most disciplinary procedures. The requirements of the statute do not apply to cases involving... Read more Read more


Campus Due Process Statutes

In 2013, North Carolina enacted HB 74, now N.C. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 116-40.11. HB 74 Bill Summary In 2013, North Carolina enacted the Students and Administration Equality Act, the first statute in the nation to provide students and student organizations at public institutions of higher education the right to be represented, at the student... Read more Read more


Campus Due Process Statutes

In 2018, Arizona enacted HB 2563, now Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 15-1866. HB 2563 Bill Summary HB 2563 is primarily a bill governing campus free speech, but does include a provision outlining due process rights for students in campus disciplinary proceedings. In proceedings where the potential penalty is either a suspension of more than 30... Read more Read more


Campus Due Process Statutes

In 2015, Arkansas enacted HB 1892, now A.C.A. § 6-60-109. HB 1892 Summary HB 1892 provides students at public institutions of higher education who have been expelled or given a suspension of 10 days or more the right to be represented by counsel during an appeal of the decision. Key Provisions Public institutions of higher... Read more Read more