The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire includes community service among the learning requirements for its students. To meet this requirement, students were permitted to engage in activities that involved teaching and persuasion, but they were not allowed to engage in religious teaching or persuasion. Believing that this policy discriminated against their religious activities, students filed suit against the university.

In an out-of-court settlement, the university has dropped the policy and has agreed to pay the fees for the students’ attorneys. Read about it at Religion Clause.