(1) As used in this section, “school of higher education” means:
(a) Any school, institution or department under the jurisdiction of the State Board of Higher Education.
(b) Any community college as defined in ORS 341.005.
(2) No student shall be refused admission to a school of higher education or be expelled from such a school for the sole reason that, because of religious beliefs, the student is unable to attend classes on a particular day.
(3) Any student in a school of higher education who, because of religious beliefs, is unable to attend classes on a particular day shall be excused on that day from any examination, study requirement or work requirement. However, at the student’s own expense the student shall make up the examination, study requirement or work requirement missed because of the absence. [Formerly 351.765; 1965 c.100 §347; 1993 c.45 §294]Section: Previous 352.310 352.320 352.330 352.340 352.350 352.355 352.360 352.370 352.380 352.385 352.390 352.400 352.410 352.420 352.430 Next
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