Wash. Admin. Code § 132L-350-220 - Brief adjudicative proceedings- Authorized

This rule is adopted in accordance with RCW 34.05.482 through 34.05.494. Brief adjudicative proceedings shall be used, unless provided otherwise by another rule or determined otherwise in a particular case by the president, or a designee, in regard to:

(1) Parking violations.1
(2)Outstanding debts owed by students or employees.
(3)Use of college facilities.
(4)Residency determinations.
(5)Use of libraryFines.
(6)Challenges to contents of education records.
(7) Loss of eligibility for participation in institution sponsored athletic events.
(8)Student conduct appeals involving the following disciplinary actions:
(a)Suspensions of ten instructional days or less;
(b)Disciplinary probation;
(c)Written reprimands;
(d)Any conditions or terms imposed in conjunction with one of the foregoing disciplinary actions; and
(e)Appeals by a complainant in student disciplinary proceedings involving allegations of sexual misconduct in which the student conduct officer:
(i) Dismisses disciplinary proceedings based upon a finding that the allegations of sexual misconduct have no merit; or
(ii) Issues a verbal warning to respondent.
(9) Appeals of decisions regarding mandatory tuition and fee waivers.

Brief adjudicative proceedings are informal hearings and shall be conducted in a manner which will bring about a prompt fair resolution of the matter.

1 Subsections (1)-(7) and (9) are the types of issues that colleges typically use a brief adjudicative proceeding to resolve and are included here merely for illustrative purposes.


Wash. Admin. Code § 132L-350-220
Adopted by WSR 15-18-054, Filed 8/27/2015, effective 9/27/2015

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