92640. (a) The Regents of the University of California shall
develop policies and procedures to ensure that each campus of the
university, in administering any test or examination, permits any
student who is eligible to undergo the test or examination to do so,
without penalty, at a time when that activity would not violate the
student's religious creed. This requirement shall not apply in the
event that administering the test or examination at an alternate time
would impose an undue hardship that could not reasonably have been
avoided. In any court proceeding in which the existence of an undue
hardship that could not reasonably have been avoided is an issue, the
burden of proof shall be upon the institution.
(b) The regents shall report to the Legislature, no later than
July 1, 1993, regarding the actions taken to implement this section.