Kansas school regents to mull notations for sexual assault

KSN News (file)
KSN News

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – The Kansas Board of Regents is set to discuss a proposal that would require all state universities to add a notation on a student’s transcript if the student is expelled for sexual assault.

The Lawrence Journal-World reports that the Regents Council of Presidents, made up of leaders of the six state universities, will take up the issue at next Wednesday’s meeting.

Regents spokeswoman Breeze Richardson says the presidents have “confidently” agreed that they want such a requirement. She says the proposal will likely go to the Regents Governance Committee in January, and if approved, will be forwarded to the full Board of Regents for a vote.

The draft policy has not yet been made public.

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