(a) If a student withdraws or graduates from a postsecondary educational institution
pending a disciplinary charge alleging that the student violated the institution's
code of conduct by committing sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence,
or stalking, the institution:
(1) may not end the disciplinary process or issue a transcript to the student until
the institution makes a final determination of responsibility; and
(2) shall expedite the institution's disciplinary process as necessary to accommodate
both the student's and the alleged victim's interest in a speedy resolution.
(b) On request by another postsecondary educational institution, a postsecondary educational
institution shall provide to the requesting institution information relating to a
determination by the institution that a student enrolled at the institution violated
the institution's code of conduct by committing sexual harassment, sexual assault,
dating violence, or stalking.
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