"Cal State officials concluded that that put InterVarsity in conflict with both state law and university rules that forbid discrimination based on, among other things, religious identity."
Other universities have arrived at different conclusions, the article said. For example, in 2009 the University of Florida "added an exemption for religious groups to its antidiscrimination policy." And Ohio’s General Assembly in 2011 guaranteed that religious groups at Ohio State University "could use religious criteria to select leaders and members."
How Cal State's decision may impact your campus ministry, now or in the future, is something your ministry's leaders need to be prepared to address. Every campus is unique - as is every campus ministry - so there is no "one size fits all" answer.
Keeping in mind that I'm a campus pastor and not an attorney, I'd be happy to chat with you about it's potential impact at your ministry. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to start the conversation.