10 U.S.C. § 983 : US Code - Section 983: Institutions of higher education that prevent ROTC access or military recruiting on campus: denial of grants and contracts from Department of Defense, Department of Education, and certain other departments and agencies

Search 10 U.S.C. § 983 : US Code - Section 983: Institutions of higher education that prevent ROTC access or military recruiting on campus: denial of grants and contracts from Department of Defense, Department of Education, and certain other departments and agencies

      (a) Denial of Funds for Preventing ROTC Access to Campus. - No
    funds described in subsection (d)(1) may be provided by contract or
    by grant to an institution of higher education (including any
    subelement of such institution) if the Secretary of Defense
    determines that that institution (or any subelement of that
    institution) has a policy or practice (regardless of when
    implemented) that either prohibits, or in effect prevents - 
        (1) the Secretary of a military department from maintaining,
      establishing, or operating a unit of the Senior Reserve Officer
      Training Corps (in accordance with section 654 (!1) of this title
      and other applicable Federal laws) at that institution (or any
      subelement of that institution); or

        (2) a student at that institution (or any subelement of that
      institution) from enrolling in a unit of the Senior Reserve
      Officer Training Corps at another institution of higher
      education.

      (b) Denial of Funds for Preventing Military Recruiting on Campus.
    - No funds described in subsection (d)(1) may be provided by
    contract or by grant to an institution of higher education
    (including any subelement of such institution) if the Secretary of
    Defense determines that that institution (or any subelement of that
    institution) has a policy or practice (regardless of when
    implemented) that either prohibits, or in effect prevents - 
        (1) the Secretary of a military department or Secretary of
      Homeland Security from gaining access to campuses, or access to
      students (who are 17 years of age or older) on campuses, for
      purposes of military recruiting in a manner that is at least
      equal in quality and scope to the access to campuses and to
      students that is provided to any other employer; or
        (2) access by military recruiters for purposes of military
      recruiting to the following information pertaining to students
      (who are 17 years of age or older) enrolled at that institution
      (or any subelement of that institution):
          (A) Names, addresses, and telephone listings.
          (B) Date and place of birth, levels of education, academic
        majors, degrees received, and the most recent educational
        institution enrolled in by the student.

      (c) Exceptions. - The limitation established in subsection (a) or
    (b) shall not apply to an institution of higher education (or any
    subelement of that institution) if the Secretary of Defense
    determines that - 
        (1) the institution (and each subelement of that institution)
      has ceased the policy or practice described in that subsection;
      or
        (2) the institution of higher education involved has a
      longstanding policy of pacifism based on historical religious
      affiliation.

      (d) Covered Funds. - (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), the
    limitations established in subsections (a) and (b) apply to the
    following:
        (A) Any funds made available for the Department of Defense.
        (B) Any funds made available for any department or agency for
      which regular appropriations are made in a Departments of Labor,
      Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies
      Appropriations Act.
        (C) Any funds made available for the Department of Homeland
      Security.
        (D) Any funds made available for the National Nuclear Security
      Administration of the Department of Energy.
        (E) Any funds made available for the Department of
      Transportation.
        (F) Any funds made available for the Central Intelligence
      Agency.

      (2) Any Federal funding specified in paragraph (1) that is
    provided to an institution of higher education, or to an
    individual, to be 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.
      (e) Notice of Determinations. - Whenever the Secretary of Defense
    makes a determination under subsection (a), (b), or (c), the
    Secretary - 
        (1) shall transmit a notice of the determination to the
      Secretary of Education and to the head of each other department
      and agency the funds of which are subject to the determination;
      and
        (2) shall publish in the Federal Register a notice of the
      determination and the effect of the determination on the
      eligibility of the institution of higher education (and any
      subelement of that institution) for contracts and grants.

      (f) Semiannual Notice in Federal Register. - The Secretary of
    Defense shall publish in the Federal Register once every six months
    a list of each institution of higher education that is currently
    ineligible for contracts and grants by reason of a determination of
    the Secretary under subsection (a) or (b).