This rule is adopted in accordance with RCW 34.05.482
. 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.
(2) Outstanding debts owed by students.
(3) Use of college facilities.
(4) Residency determinations.
(5) Use of library - Fines.
(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.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.50
RCW. WSR 15-03-078, § 132C-120-102, filed 1/16/15, effective 2/16/15.]