How does HB 233 change the Student Code of Conduct?

All state universities were required to include additional due process protections in their Student Code of Conduct. These include a presumption of innocence for students and student organizations accused of conduct violations; a burden of proof that must be carried by the institution; the right to an impartial hearing officer; and the right to have an attorney, advisor or advocate participate in conduct proceedings at the student’s or student organization’s expense.