SUBSTITUTE SENATE BILL NO. 5293
AS AMENDED BY THE HOUSE
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State of Washington 51st Legislature 1989 Regular Session
By Senate Committee on Higher Education (originally sponsored by Senator Conner)
Read first time 2/28/89.
AN ACT Relating to higher education; amending RCW 28B.15.014, 28B.15.620, and 28A.58.217; and adding new sections to chapter 28B.80 RCW.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON:
NEW SECTION. Sec. 1. A new section is added to chapter 28B.80 RCW to read as follows:
The higher education coordinating board shall conduct an assessment of upper-division and graduate level programs and courses needed by placebound students living in areas of the state not addressed by the board's branch campus initiative. The assessment shall include consideration of the needs in Clallam and Jefferson counties. The board shall also consider alternatives for the delivery of such programs and courses. The board shall report its findings and recommendations to the governor and the house of representatives and senate committees on higher education by September 1, 1990.
NEW SECTION. Sec. 2. A new section is added to chapter 28B.80 RCW to read as follows:
The higher education coordinating board may develop and administer demonstration projects designed to prepare and assist persons to obtain a higher education in this state.
Sec. 3. Section 4, chapter 273, Laws of 1971 ex. sess. as last amended by section 1, chapter 362, Laws of 1985 and RCW 28B.15.014 are each amended to read as follows:
The following nonresidents shall be exempted from paying the nonresident tuition and fee differential:
(1) Any person who resides in the state of Washington and who holds a graduate service appointment designated as such by a public institution of higher education or is employed for an academic department in support of the instructional or research programs involving not less than twenty hours per week during the term such person shall hold such appointment.
(2) Any faculty member, classified staff member or administratively exempt employee holding not less than a half time appointment at an institution who resides in the state of Washington, and the dependent children and spouse of such persons.
(3) Active-duty military personnel stationed in the state of Washington and the spouses and dependents of such military personnel.
(4) Any immigrant refugee and the spouse and dependent children of such refugee, if the refugee (a) is on parole status, or (b) has received an immigrant visa, or (c) has applied for United States citizenship.
(5) Any dependent of a member of the United States congress representing the state of Washington.
Sec. 4. Section 22, chapter 279, Laws of 1971 ex. sess. as last amended by section 1, chapter 307, Laws of 1983 and RCW 28B.15.620 are each amended to read as follows:
any other provision of law, veterans of the Vietnam conflict who have served in
the southeast Asia theater of operations attending institutions of higher
learning shall be exempted from the payment of any increase in tuition and fees
otherwise applicable to any other resident or nonresident student at any
institution of higher education, and shall not be required to pay more than the
total amount of tuition and fees paid by veterans of the Vietnam conflict on
October 1, 1977: PROVIDED, That for the purposes of this exemption,
"veterans of the Vietnam conflict" shall be those persons who have
been on active federal service as a member of the armed military or naval
forces of the United States between a period commencing August 5, 1964, and
ending on May 7, 1975, and who qualify as a resident student under RCW
28B.15.012, and who have enrolled in state institutions of higher education on
or before May 7, ((
1989)) 1990. This section shall expire June
Sec. 5. Section 222, chapter 518, Laws of 1987 and RCW 28A.58.217 are each amended to read as follows:
districts are hereby authorized to)) The superintendent of public
instruction shall contract with the University of Washington for the
education of eligible academically highly capable high school students at such
early entrance or transition schools as are now or hereafter established and
maintained by the university.
districts may authorize)) The superintendent of public instruction
(( to)) shall allocate all or a portion of the state basic
education allocation moneys, state categorical moneys and federal moneys
generated by a student attending a University of Washington early entrance or
transition school pursuant to this section directly to the university:
PROVIDED, That such state moneys shall be expended exclusively for instruction
and related activities necessary for students to fulfill the high school
graduation requirements established by their school district of enrollment.
superintendent of public instruction shall adopt rules pursuant to chapter ((
34.05 RCW implementing subsection (2) of this section.
(4) State and federal funds provided to the early entrance program or transition school at the University of Washington may be supplemented with additional payments by other parties as necessary to cover the actual and full costs of instruction and related activities.