Wash. Admin. Code § 132N-126-045 - Interim measures
(1) After receiving a report of alleged sexual misconduct or other serious student misconduct, a student conduct officer or designee may implement interim measures which may include, but are not limited to:
(a) A no-contact order prohibiting direct or indirect contact, by any means, with an impacted party, a responding party, a reporting party, other specified persons, and/or a specific student organization;
(b) Changes to class schedules, assignments, or test schedules;
(c) Modified on-campus employment schedule or location;
(d) Restrictions on access to portions of campus; or
(e) Alternative safety arrangements such as campus safety escorts.
(2) If an interim measure is put in place pending or during a conduct proceeding, the student will be notified of the interim measure and be advised how to raise an objection about the interim measure or request that it be made less restrictive. The student conduct officer may adjust or modify interim measures as students' situations and schedules change and evolve over time. Interim measures will remain in place until the student receives notice they have been lifted or modified from the student conduct officer.
(3) Implementation of any interim measure does not assume any determination of, or create any presumption regarding responsibility for, a violation under this student conduct code.
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