Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022
college's student conduct procedures, chapter 132U-126 WAC, as well as college
policies, practices, faculty negotiated agreements, and collective bargaining
agreements and this policy shall apply equally to all parties.
(2) The college bears the burden of offering
and presenting sufficient testimony and evidence to establish that the
respondent is responsible for a Title IX violation by a preponderance of the
(3) The respondent will
be presumed not responsible until such time as the disciplinary process has
been finally resolved.
the hearing, each party shall be represented by an advisor. The parties are
entitled to an advisor of their own choosing and the advisor may be an
attorney. If a party does not choose an advisor, then the Title IX coordinator
or designee will appoint an advisor of the college's choosing on the party's
behalf at no expense to the party.
Wash. Admin. Code § 132U-305-045
21-18-098, Filed 8/31/2021, effective