The "Tucker Hipps Transparency Act" requiring the reporting was set to end in June. The vote Wednesday by the House means schools will have to continue filing the reports twice a year. The bill now goes to the Senate.
The reports list misconduct investigations involving alcohol, drugs, sexual assault, physical assaults and hazing.
Colleges are required to prominently post a link to the report on their websites.
The law is named after Tucker Hipps, a Clemson University student who died in 2014 after falling off a bridge while running as he pledged for a fraternity.
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