Rebecca J. Huss


This Article focuses on the issues that arise when students wish to attend a postsecondary institution accompanied by an animal. Part II begins by analyzing federal law applicable to students bringing service and assistance animals to campus. Part III explores the use of animal-assisted activities on campus. Part IV continues with an examination of policies allowing students to have companion animals in campus housing. Part V considers concerns administrators raise about allowing animals on campus. Finally, Part VI sets forth the steps an educational institution should implement to ensure compliance with the law and proposes actions that can be taken to protect humans and safeguard companion animals on campus

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