Tag: College of the Ozarks

Multiple Amicus Briefs Support College’s Challenge of Biden Administration’s Order to Have Unisex Living Quarters

Attorneys representing College of the Ozarks’ challenge of a Biden administration order that students share unisex living quarters are cheered by something that doesn’t often happen. “By far, in nearly any case, any appeal at any level of court in the federal and state system, it’s very rare to have any amicus briefs at all,”…


College Asks Appeals Court to Void Order Ending Gender-Specific Facilities

Attorneys for the College of the Ozarks in Missouri are asking the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit in Kansas City to void a federal directive forcing the school to end gender-specific living facilities. The regulation prompting the litigation was issued by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) following President…


Federal Judge Rejects Restraining Order on HUD Rule Requiring College Boys and Girls to Share Bathrooms, Showers

A federal district court judge Wednesday rejected a motion filed on behalf of the College of the Ozarks seeking a temporary restraining order (TRO) against a new regulation barring schools from maintaining separate bathrooms and showers for male and female students. Judge Roseann Ketchmark of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri…


Christian College Sues Over Biden Order Banning Gender Segregation

College of the Ozarks is in federal court challenging a Biden administration order to end alleged campus housing discrimination by opening women’s dorm bathrooms and showers to biological male residents. The order, which President Joe Biden signed on his first day in office, directs all federal agencies to reinterpret Title VII of the 1964 Civil…