(a) Subject to § 26-505 of this subtitle, an institution of higher education may make inquiries into and
consider information about a student's criminal history for the purpose of:
(1) Making decisions regarding admission and access to campus residency; or
(2) Offering supportive counseling or services to help rehabilitate and educate the
student on barriers a criminal record may present.
(b) In making inquiries or considering information under this section, an institution
of higher education may not automatically or unreasonably restrict a student's admission
based on that student's criminal history.
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