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The Solomon Amendment was consolidated and codified at 10 U. The Solomon Amendment, except as noted below, allows federal funding for an educational institution to be cut if that institution has a policy or practice that prohibits military recruiting on campus, or prohibits access to student directory information for the same purpose, or maintains an anti-ROTC policy.
The rule updates policy and responsibilities relating to the management of covered schools that have a policy of denying or effectively preventing military recruiting personnel access to their campuses or access to students on their campuses in a manner that is at least equal in quality and scope to the access to campuses and to students provided to any other employer, or access to student-recruiting information.
As an exception to the new rule, any Federal funding provided to a covered school or to an individual that is available solely for student financial assistance, related administrative costs, or costs associated with attendance, may be used for the purpose for which the funding is provided.
FERPA opt out provisions will be honored as long as applied evenly to all prospective employers. The funding that will be affected for non-compliant institutions incudes: The new rule removes the exception that allowed schools to limit military recruiting if they certified too few students had expressed an interest.
This modification of the Solomon Amendment requires campuses grant access to military recruiters " The amendment expands the scope of federal funds subject to the withholding authorization for violations of the access rights and includes funds from Homeland Security, CIA, Dept.
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The new law clarifies that federal student aid from Dept. This means that federal student aid provided in the form of direct grants to institutions, as well as aid provided directly to students, will not be affected. These rules were inadvertently removed from the CFR by a document published in the Federal Register on March 18, The Acts state that no funds available under appropriations acts for any fiscal year for the Departments of Defense, Transportation with respect to military recruiting , Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies may be provided by contract or grant including a grant of funds to be available for student aid to a covered school that has a policy or practice regardless of when implemented that either prohibits, or in effect prevents, the Secretary of Defense from obtaining, for military recruiting purposes, entry to campuses, access to students on campuses, access to directory information on students, or that has an anti-ROTC policy.
The court also stated plaintiff failed to allege facts allowing the court to infer no equal access for military recruiters. See the Inside Higher Ed article titled: Forum for Academic and Institutional Rights No. The Solomon Amendment, as amended, prevents a school from receiving certain federal funding if it prohibits military recruiters "from gaining access to campuses, or access to students In the decision the Court held that there was no impermissible regulation of speech, but simply a regulation of conduct, which is to afford equal access to military recruiters, or to choose to not accept the federal funding.
The Court stated as follows: As a general matter, the Solomon Amendment regulates conduct, not speech.
It affects what law schools must do --afford equal access to military recruiters-- not what they may or may not say. The Court also rejected the argument by the law schools that there was an expressive element to the conduct regulated by the statute that brought the the conduct within First Amendment protection.
Allowing military recruiters on campus was not the same as forcing participation in a parade. Nor was the Solomon amendment found to violate the law schools right of expressive association. Assisting military recruiters in whatever way the school chooses to assist all employers on campus is not the same as requiring a boy scout troop to allow a retain a vocally gay scoutmaster.
Reference to Boy Scouts of America v. Finally, Chief Justice Roberts noted that since Congress would have acted constitutionally in directly imposing a requirement to admit military recruiters, it could do so indirectly through the spending clause.
History of Solomon Amendment In the Solomon amendment provided that any covered entity that prevented access risked not only DOD funding, but funds from Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and other related agencies. In January of the Department of Education clarified the effect of the Solomon Amendment on student financial assistance programs, stating that the Solomon Amendment applied only to campus based programs for which the educational institutions and not the students were applying.
This was clarified by the Frank-Campbell Amendment in Section amended 10 U. However, other federal agency funding was not at risk.
Law school non-compliance with the Solomon Amendment thus continued to put an entire university at risk of losing DOD funding. Conflict with Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of FERPA "Student recruiting information" is defined under the final rule as name, address, telephone listing, age or year of birth, level of education e.