Wash. Admin. Code § 504-04-120 - Confidentiality of student, faculty, and staff formal adjudicative proceedings

Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022

In formal adjudicative proceedings, the presiding officer has the power to close all or part of the hearing to public observation. The presiding officer has the power to impose reasonable conditions upon observation of the proceeding. The presiding officer also has the power to regulate the use of photographic and recording equipment. In the case of hearings involving discipline, termination, or administrative cancellation of enrollment, hearings are normally closed to public observation. In student conduct matters, including those implicating Title IX, hearings are closed to public observation in accordance with WAC 504-26-025.


Wash. Admin. Code § 504-04-120
Amended by WSR 17-13-049, Filed 6/15/2017, effective 7/16/2017 Amended by WSR 18-23-083, Filed 11/19/2018, effective 12/20/2018

Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.220, 28B.30.095, 28B.30.125, 28B.10.648, 34.05.250 and 34.05.482. 89-23-117, § 504-04-120, filed 11/22/89, effective 12/23/89.

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