"I will bring up the file after I learn the views of our members," Kilic was quoted by the Anatolian Agency as saying.
The Turkish parliament passed the bill to amend the Constitution to lift the headscarf ban in universities in February; a move that sparked concerns regarding the future of secularism and divided the public opinion.
"No matter what the decision is, you will see that our democracy, our secular order and our laws will be empowered after this process. And believe me this is not a wish,"
Can submitted last week his non-binding report, which recommends the Court reject the case to annul the controversial bill, to Kilic, and was circulated among the members.
According to the legal procedure, Kilic will set a date to see the case and deliver its ruling. The Court is expected to deliver its ruling by end-May.