University of Kansas’s Student Rights Committee has approved a resolution encouraging the Kansas Board of Regents to adopt a policy that ensures that students expelled for sexual misconduct at one state school cannot enroll at another one without the new school being notified of their past.
The committee suggested to the Regents that nonacademic misconduct should be added to the transcripts of expelled or suspended students. The resolution also calls for those students to be prohibited from enrolling at another Regents school until the chief of student affairs officers at both schools approve the enrollment in writing.
Under the current policy when university students are expelled for nonacademic misconduct, it is noted on their transcript. There is no specification of what kind of misconduct occurred.
Associated Press information from: Lawrence Journal-World