WSR 03-13-082

PROPOSED RULES

COMMUNITY COLLEGES

OF SPOKANE

[ Filed June 16, 2003, 11:44 a.m. ]

Original Notice.

Preproposal statement of inquiry was filed as WSR 03-09-094.

Title of Rule: Adopt new chapter 132Q-07 WAC; repeal chapters 132Q-03, 132Q-04, 132Q-05 and 132Q-06 WAC; and amend, repeal and adopt new sections to chapters 132Q-94 and 132Q-108 WAC.

Purpose: Repealing 132Q-03-005 Grounds for ineligibility, 132Q-03-010 Right to brief adjudicative procedure, 132Q-03-020 Brief adjudicative procedure, 132Q-03-030 Decision, 132Q-04-010 Purpose for adoption of student rules, 132Q-04-020 Definitions, 132Q-04-030 Jurisdiction, 132Q-04-031 Prohibited conduct, 132Q-04-076 Hazing prohibited, 132Q-04-077 Penalties for hazing, 132Q-04-078 Sanctions for impermissible conduct not amounting to hazing, 132Q-04-097 Eligibility for clinical programs, 132Q-04-160 Purpose of disciplinary actions, 132Q-04-170 Initiation of prosecution, 132Q-04-180 Initial disciplinary proceedings, 132Q-04-190 Appeals, 132Q-04-200 Composition of college disciplinary committee, 132Q-04-210 Brief adjudicative proceeding, 132Q-04-220 Conduct of disciplinary proceedings, 132Q-04-230 Evidence admissible in proceedings, 132Q-04-240 Decision by the committee, 132Q-04-250 Final decision regarding appeal of disciplinary committee action, 132Q-04-260 Disciplinary action, 132Q-04-270 Readmission after dismissal, 132Q-04-280 Reporting, recording and maintenance of records, 132Q-05-010 Purpose of summary suspension rules, 132Q-05-020 Definitions, 132Q-05-030 Jurisdiction, 132Q-05-033 Authority to suspend, 132Q-05-036 Conduct at college functions, 132Q-05-040 Initiation of summary suspension proceedings, 132Q-05-050 Notice of summary proceedings, 132Q-05-060 Procedures of summary suspension proceeding, 132Q-05-070 Decision by vice-president, 132Q-05-080 Notice of suspension, 132Q-05-090 Suspension for failure to appear, 132Q-05-100 Appeal, 132Q-05-110 Summary suspension proceedings not duplicitous, 132Q-05-120 Reporting, recording and maintenance of records, 132Q-06-010 Confidentiality of student records, 132Q-06-015 Definition of a student, 132Q-06-016 Definition of personally identifiable information, 132Q-06-020 Education records -- Student's right to inspect, 132Q-06-025 Requests and appeal procedures, 132Q-06-030 Release of personally-identifiable records, 132Q-06-035 College records and 132Q-06-040 Records committee, to consolidate student rules into one chapter.

Repealing WAC 132Q-04-100 Right of assembly, 132Q-04-105 Other punishable acts, 132Q-04-110 Commercial activities, 132Q-04-120 Outside speakers, 132Q-04-130 Trespass, 132Q-04-140 Distribution of materials and 132Q-04-150 Right to demand identification, to consolidate general campus conduct rules into one chapter.

New sections WAC 132Q-07-010 Authority to demand identification, 132Q-07-020 Right of assembly, 132Q-07-030 Outside speakers, 132Q-07-040 Distribution of materials, 132Q-07-050 Commercial activities and 132Q-07-060 Trespass, to consolidate general campus conduct rules into one chapter.

New sections WAC 132Q-20-005 Definitions; repealing WAC 132Q-20-020 Definitions; and amending WAC 132Q-20-010 Purpose and jurisdiction for adopting rules, 132Q-20-040 Permits required for vehicles on campus, 132Q-20-050 Authorization for issuance of permits, 132Q-20-060 Valid permits, 132Q-20-070 Display of permits, 132Q-20-080 Transfer of permits, 132Q-20-090 Permit revocation, 132Q-20-110 Right to appeal permit revocation/refusal, 132Q-20-120 Responsibility of permit holder, 132Q-20-130 Designation of parking spaces, 132Q-20-140 Parking within designated spaces, 132Q-20-150 Parking hours, 132Q-20-170 Regulatory signs and directions, 132Q-20-180 Speed limit, 132Q-20-190 Pedestrians' right of way, 132Q-20-200 Special traffic and parking regulations and restrictions authorized, 132Q-20-210 Two-wheeled motor-bikes or bicycles, 132Q-20-220 Report of accidents, 132Q-20-230 Exceptions from traffic and parking restrictions, 132Q-20-240 Enforcement, 132Q-20-250 Issuance of traffic citations, 132Q-20-260 Fines and penalties for students, 132Q-20-265 Fines and penalties for all district employees, 132Q-20-270 Liability of CCS, 132Q-94-010 Declaration of purpose, 132Q-94-020 Rationale, 132Q-94-030 Students' responsibilities, 132Q-94-130 violations, 132Q-94-150 Prohibition of weapons and other dangerous instrumentalities, 132Q-108-010 Adoption of model rules of practice and procedure, 132Q-108-020 Appointment of presiding officers, 132Q-108-040 Application for adjudicative proceeding and 132Q-108-050 Brief adjudicative procedures, housekeeping changes.

New section WAC 132Q-94-160 Prohibition of open flames in college buildings, new rule to prevent candles and/or any other open flames in campus buildings.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 28B.50.140.

Statute Being Implemented: None.

Summary: To update district rules regulating student conduct, suspension and dismissal procedures, traffic and parking rules, general campus conduct and general safety and health rules.

Reasons Supporting Proposal: To improve district efficiency.

Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting, Implementation and Enforcement: Connie Stafford Sherman, 501 North Riverpoint Boulevard, P.O. Box 6000, (509) 434-5060.

Name of Proponent: Community Colleges of Spokane, public.

Rule is not necessitated by federal law, federal or state court decision.

Explanation of Rule, its Purpose, and Anticipated Effects: The proposed changes primarily are for housekeeping purposes and district efficiency. Rules repealed are now consolidated in student rights and responsibilities and general campus conduct chapters to create ease of reading and understanding. Various other changes include updating terminology and procedural changes.

Proposal does not change existing rules. The proposal changes do not affect any current rules in substantive manner. Changes are primarily for housekeeping purposes and clarification.

No small business economic impact statement has been prepared under chapter 19.85 RCW. Not required.

RCW 34.05.328 does not apply to this rule adoption. Rules are primarily for internal district operation and are not subject to violation by a nongovernment party.

Hearing Location: 2000 North Greene Street, Spokane, WA 99217, on August 19, 2003, at 8:30 a.m.

Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Connie Stafford Sherman by August 8, 2003.

Submit Written Comments to: Connie Stafford Sherman, 501 North Riverpoint Boulevard, P.O. Box 6000, Mailstop 1002, Spokane, WA 99217-6000, fax (509) 434-5025, by August 8, 2003.

Date of Intended Adoption: August 19, 2003.

June 12, 2003

Connie Stafford Sherman

Vice Chancellor

Systems Administration


NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-07-010   Authority to demand identification.   (1) For the purpose of determining whether probable cause exists for application of any section of the Student Rights and Responsibilities to any conduct by any person on a college facility, any faculty or other college personnel of Community Colleges of Spokane may demand that any person on college facilities produce evidence of student enrollment at the college, by tender of said person's student identification card.

(2) Refusal by a student to produce a student identification card, as required by subsection (1) of this section, shall be cause for disciplinary action.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-07-020   Right of assembly.   Students shall have the right of "assembly" as defined in WAC 132Q-02-010 upon college facilities that are generally available to the public. Such assembly shall:

(a) Be conducted in an orderly manner; and

(b) Not unreasonably interfere with vehicular or pedestrian traffic; or

(c) Not unreasonably interfere with classes, schedules, meetings or ceremonies, or with educational functions of the college; and

(d) Not unreasonably interfere with college functions.

(2) A student who conducts or participates in an assembly that violates any provision of this section shall be subject to disciplinary action.

(3) Non-students who participate in, aid or abet any assembly or assemblies in violation of this section shall be subject to possible prosecution under the state criminal trespass law and/or any other possible civil or criminal remedies available to the college. Faculty and other college personnel who participate in, aid or abet any assembly or assemblies in violation of this section shall be subject to appropriate discipline.

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Reviser's note: The typographical error in the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appears in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.
NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-07-030   Outside speakers.   (1) Any recognized campus student organization may invite speakers on campus with the written approval of its advisor, subject to other restrictions imposed in this WAC and to the legal restraints imposed by the laws of the United States and the state of Washington.

(2) The appearance of an invited speaker on a campus does not represent an endorsement, either implicit or explicit, of views or opinions of the speaker by the college, its students, its faculty, its college personnel, its administration or its board.

(3) The scheduling of speakers shall be made through the facilities scheduling office of the campus at which the speaker will appear, with prior approval from the appropriate college student activities office.

(4) The appropriate student activities office will be notified at least thirty days prior to the appearance of an invited speaker, at which time a Personal Services Contract (available in the Student Activities office) must be completed with all particulars regarding speaker, time, place, etc., signed by the sponsoring organization's advisor, and filed with the Student Activities office. Exceptions to the thirty-day ruling may be made by the appropriate administrator.

(5) The appropriate student activities office may require a question period or arrange to have views other than those of the invited speakers represented at the meeting, or at a subsequent meeting.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-07-040   Distribution of materials.   (1) Handbills, leaflets, newspapers, and similarly related material (including religious matter) distributed free of charge by any student, non-student, by member of a recognized student organization or by college personnel, may be distributed upon a college campus with prior approval by the appropriate student center administrator, provided that such distribution does not interfere with the free flow of vehicle or pedestrian traffic.

(2) Newspapers, leaflets, and similarly related materials offered for sale by any student or non-student person or organization may be distributed and sold only through the college book store as are other commercial forms of merchandise, subject to reasonable rules and regulations that may be imposed by the bookstore manager. Exceptions may be made by the appropriate vice president or designee.

(3) All handbills, leaflets, newspapers, and similarly related material (including religious matter) must bear identification as to the publishing agency and distributing organization or individual.

(4) Any distribution of the materials regulated in this section shall not be construed as endorsement of the same by the college or by the board of trustees of Community Colleges of Spokane.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-07-050   Commercial activities.   (1) No student or college personnel shall use college facilities for commercial solicitation, or promotional activities except when such activities clearly serve educational objectives. These activities include but are not limited to the display of books of interest to the academic community or the display or demonstration of technical or research equipment. Commercial solicitation may be conducted under the sponsorship or request of a college department or the office of student activities of the college, provided that such solicitation does not interfere with or operate to the detriment of the conduct of college affairs or the free flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.

(2) For the purpose of this regulation, the term "commercial activities" does not include handbills, leaflets, newspapers, and similarly related materials as regulated in WAC 132Q-07-040.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-07-060   Trespass.   (1) The appropriate president or designee of the college in the instance of any event that is determined to be disruptive of order, impedes the movement of vehicles or persons; or threatens to disrupt the movement of persons from college facilities or grounds, shall have the power and authority to:

(a) Give notice against trespass by any manner provided for by law, to any person(s), or group against whom the privilege has been withdrawn or who have been prohibited from entering on or remaining upon any or all portions of a college facility; or

(b) Prohibit the entry of, or withdraw the privilege of a person(s) or any group to enter or remain on any portion of a college facility; or

(c) Order any person(s), or group to leave or vacate all or any portion of a college facility or grounds.

Any student or non-student who shall disobey a lawful order given by the president, or designee, pursuant to the requirements of subsection (1) of this section, shall be subject to disciplinary action and/or referred to law enforcement for possible criminal charges.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-20-005   Definitions.   As used in this chapter the following words and phrases shall mean:

(1) Annual permits - Permits, which are valid for fall through summer quarters.

(2) Appropriate vice president - The chief administrative officer over student services regardless of current position title.

(3) Board - The board of trustees of Washington State Community College District 17, also known as Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS).

(4) Campus - Any or all real property owned, leased, operated or maintained by Community Colleges of Spokane.

(5) Campus patrol - An employee of the college, Administration of Justice student or contracted security personnel, who are responsible to the appropriate vice president for campus security.

(6) College - Any community college or separate instructional unit which may be created by the board of trustees of Community Colleges of Spokane.

(7) College personnel - Any person employed or representing on a full- or part-time basis Community Colleges of Spokane.

(8) Community Colleges of Spokane - Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College, Institute for Extended Learning and the District Office.

(9) Quarterly permits - Permits valid for a specified academic quarter.

(10) Special Permits - Permits issued under special circumstances such as "D" permit which is a quarterly disabled parking permit issued by Disability Support Services; Carpool permits, issued to college personnel who participate in commuter trip reduction; and Honorary permit which are issued to Community Colleges of Spokane personnel upon retirement.

(11) Student - Any person who is or has officially registered at any college or instructional unit with the Community Colleges of Spokane and with respect to whom the college maintains education records or personally identifiable information.

(12) Temporary guest permits - Permits, which are valid for a specific period designated on the permit.

(13) Vehicle - An automobile, truck, motorcycle, scooter, or any vehicle empowered by a motor.

(14) Visitors - Any person or persons, excluding students as previously defined, who come upon the campus as guests and person or persons who lawfully visit the campus for purposes, which are in keeping with the colleges' role as institutions of higher learning in the state of Washington.

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AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-010   Purpose and jurisdiction for adopting rules.   Pursuant to the authority granted by RCW 28B.50.140(10), the board of trustees of Community Colleges of Spokane is granted authority to make rules and regulations for pedestrian and vehicular traffic on property owned, operated or maintained by the college district. The rules and regulations contained in this chapter pertain to all ((faculty,)) students, college personnel, and visitors who use district facilities unless exempted by the chancellor/CEO of the district and are established for the following purposes:

(1) To protect and control pedestrian and vehicular traffic; and

(2) To assure access at all times for emergency traffic; and

(3) To minimize traffic disturbance during class hours; and

(4) To facilitate the work of the community colleges.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-010, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-010, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-010, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-040   Permits required for vehicles on campus.   Students, ((faculty, administration,)) college personnel, guests and visitors shall not stop, park, or leave a vehicle whether attended or unattended upon the campus without a parking permit issued pursuant to WAC 132Q-20-050, except guests and visitors who will be given a reasonable time to secure a temporary permit from the appropriate vice-president or designee. All students who plan to park on campus and are attending educational programs on campus that meet ten or more times per quarter are required to purchase a valid quarterly permit. Failure to obtain a permit ((shall)) may be grounds for disciplinary action. The fee for the parking permit shall be established ((from time to time)) by the board of trustees of Community Colleges of Spokane and shall be published. ((Students attending education programs on campus that meet)) Anyone parking on campus less than ten times per quarter shall ((are to)) obtain temporary guest permit(s).

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-040, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-040, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-040, filed 7/23/87; Order 73-4, 132Q-20-040, filed 2/23/73; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-040, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007 [87-16-010], filed 6/26/00 [7/23/87])

WAC 132Q-20-050   Authorization for issuance of permits.   The colleges are authorized to issue parking permits to students, ((faculty,)) college personnel, guests and visitors of the college pursuant to regulations and the payment of appropriate fees as determined by the Board of Trustees of Community Colleges of Spokane. ((the following regulations:

(1) Upon payment of the appropriate fee a student who intends to use college parking facilities may be issued a parking permit upon the registration of his or her vehicle with the college at the beginning of each college quarter (fall quarter, winter quarter, spring quarter, and summer quarter).

(2) Upon payment of the appropriate fee faculty, college personnel, and students will be issued parking permits for their vehicle if they intend to use college parking facilities.

(3) The dean of student personnel services, or the dean's designee, may issue temporary and special parking permits when such permits are necessary to enhance the business or operation of the college.))

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-050, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-050, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: The bracketed material preceding the section above was supplied by the code reviser's office.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-060   Valid permit.   A valid CCS parking permit is:

(1) An unexpired parking permit registered and properly displayed; or

(((2) A short-term parking permit authorized by the appropriate vice-president or designee, and properly displayed; or

(3))) (2) A special parking permit authorized by the appropriate vice-president or designee, and properly displayed; or

(((4))) (3) A temporary guest(('s)) permit authorized by the appropriate vice-president or designee, and properly displayed.((; or

(5) A shop permit authorized by a vocational-technical instructor and properly displayed.))

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-060, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-060, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-060, filed 7/23/87; Order 74-1, 132Q-20-060, filed 9/23/74; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-060, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), filed 7/23/87)

WAC 132Q-20-070   Display of permit.   All CCS permanent and temporary parking permits shall be hung on the rear view mirror or in such a manner that they may be viewed through the front windshield. For motorcycles, permits must be placed on the front fork area of the vehicle. ((permanently affixed to the inside of the rear window on the lower left corner directly behind the driver. For convertibles and pickups with campers, permits must be placed in the lower right-hand corner of the front windshield, and for motorcycles, placed either on front shock absorbers or battery covers (flat surface) or toolbox covers (right-hand side). Temporary permits shall be hung on the rear-view mirror in such a manner that they may be viewed through the front windshield.))

(1) Expired permits should be removed before ((the)) new permits are attached.

(2) Permits not displayed pursuant to the provisions of this section shall not be valid.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-070, filed 7/23/87; Order 74-1, 132Q-20-070, filed 9/23/74; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-070, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-080   Transfer of permits.   ((Student parking)) Parking permits are not transferable to other individuals but may be transferred to another vehicle owned and operated by the purchaser of the permit. ((Replacement student parking permits may be obtained for an unused valid portion of such permit provided that the permit holder requests such replacement pursuant to regulations issued from time to time by the Community Colleges of Spokane. An employee parking permit may be transferred to another vehicle, provided that such permit is duly displayed on the parked vehicle but cannot be transferred to another individual.))

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-080, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-080, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-080, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-090   Permit revocation.   Parking permits are the property of the college and may be recalled by the appropriate vice president or designee for any of the following reasons:

(1) When the purpose for which the permit was issued changes or no longer exists; or

(2) When a permit is used for an unregistered vehicle or by an unauthorized individual; or

(3) Falsification on a parking permit application; or

(4) Continued violations of parking regulations; or

(5) Counterfeiting or altering a parking permit.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-090, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-090, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-090, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-090, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-110   Right to appeal permit revocation/refusal. ((or refusal to grant permit)).   When a student parking permit has been recalled pursuant to WAC 132Q-20-090, or has been refused in accordance with WAC 132Q-20-100, or when a fine or penalty has been levied against a violator of the rules and regulations set forth in this chapter, such action by the appropriate vice-president or designee, may be appealed pursuant to WAC 132Q-108-050; ((provided, however, that faculty)) Faculty, administrators, and college personnel of Community Colleges of Spokane shall appeal permit revocations, refusals to grant permits, and fines or penalties levied for violations by the appropriate vice-president to the respective college president((s)) whose decision on the matter shall be final. ((Refusal to pay a fine still existing after exhaustion of the appellate process shall be grounds for disciplinary action. In the case of students, failure to pay fines after the exhaustion of the appellate process shall be grounds for the college, in addition to disciplinary action, to deny admission for subsequent enrollment with Community Colleges of Spokane. In the case of employees, failure to pay fines could result in the denial of issuing a permit, and/or impounding of vehicles.))

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-110, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-110, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 90-21-021, 132Q-20-110, filed 10/8/90, effective 11/8/90; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-110, filed 7/23/87; Order 73-4, 132Q-20-110, filed 2/23/73; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-110, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: The typographical error in the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appears in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 71-4, filed 7/26/71)

WAC 132Q-20-120   Responsibility of permit holder. ((person to whom permit issued.))   The person to whom a parking permit is issued pursuant to the rules and regulations set forth in this chapter shall be responsible for all violations of said rules and regulations involving the vehicle and established fines. ((; but such)) Such responsibility shall not relieve other persons who violate the rules and regulations established by this chapter of their responsibility for their conduct ((by their conduct)) with vehicles registered ((with)) to another permit holder.

[Order 71-4, 132Q-20-120, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: The typographical errors in the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appear in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-130   Designation of parking spaces.   The parking spaces available on campus shall be designated and allocated by the appropriate vice-president or designee, in such a manner ((which will)) that best achieves ((effectuate)) the objectives of the rules and regulations in this chapter.

(1) Faculty staff, student, and visitor spaces will be ((so)) designated for their use; and

(2) Parking spaces for the exclusive use by persons ((with)) of disability will be designated. The ((office of student services)) appropriate vice-president or designee may issue special permits to students and others to park in these designated spaces; ((and))

(3) CCS parking permit along with an official state Disabled Parking Permit allows the permit holder to park in any designated parking space as listed above; and

(((3))) (4) Other special use spaces may be designated.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-130, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-130, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-130, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-130, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 71-4, filed 7/26/71)

WAC 132Q-20-140   Parking within designated spaces.   (1) All vehicles shall follow traffic arrows and other markings established for the purpose of directing traffic on campus.

(2) In areas marked for diagonal parking, vehicles shall be parked at a forty-five-degree angle, facing in.

(3) In areas marked for parallel or right-angle parking, space or stall markings will be observed.

(4) No vehicle shall be parked so as to occupy any portion of more than one parking space or stall as designated within the parking area. The fact that other vehicles may have been so parked as to require the vehicle parked to occupy a portion of more than one space or stall shall not constitute an excuse for a violation of this section.

(5) No vehicle shall be parked on the campus except in those areas set aside and designated pursuant to WAC 132Q-20-130.

[Order 71-4, 132Q-20-140, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-150   Parking hours.   Parking is permitted on campus between the hours of 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. for ((faculty,)) college personnel, and students. The rules and regulations pertaining to the use of certain parking permits in specific areas are contained in WAC 132Q-20-130((140)). Students((, faculty,)) and college personnel may park in any of the spaces or stalls designated in WAC 132Q-20-140 except visitor's areas on a first-come, first-served basis between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. Custodial and other authorized personnel may park on campus from ((11)) 10:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., and are still required to follow regular parking regulations and obtain parking permits.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-150, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-150, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-150, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-170   Regulatory signs and directions.   The appropriate vice-president or designee((,)) is authorized to erect signs, barricades and other structures and to paint marks or other directions upon the entry-ways and streets on campus and upon the various parking lots owned, leased or operated by the colleges. Such signs, barricades, structures, markings, and directions, shall be ((so)) made and placed to ((as in the opinion of the appropriate vice-president or designee, which will)) best achieve ((effectuate)) the objectives stated in WAC 132Q-20-010 and ((will best effectuate)) the rules and regulations contained in this chapter.

Drivers of vehicles shall observe and obey the signs, barricades, structures, markings and directions erected pursuant to this section. Drivers shall also comply with the directions given them by the campus patrol in the control and regulation of traffic.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-170, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-170, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-170, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-170, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-180   Speed limit.   No vehicle shall be operated on the campuses at a speed in excess of the posted speed limit ((in parking lots; and the posted speed limit on campus roads)) or such slower speed as is reasonable and prudent in the circumstances. No person operating a vehicle of any type shall at any time use the campus parking lots for testing, racing, or other unauthorized activities unless authorized by the appropriate vice-president or designee.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-180, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-180, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-180, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), filed 7/23/87)

WAC 132Q-20-190   Pedestrians' right of way.   (1) The operator of a vehicle shall yield the right of way;((,)) slowing down or stopping, if need be, to ((so)) yield to any pedestrian.((, but no)) No pedestrian shall suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle ((which)) that is so close ((that is)) it is impossible for the driver to yield.

(2) Whenever any vehicle slows or stops ((so as)) to yield to pedestrian traffic, the operator of any other vehicle approaching from the rear shall not overtake and pass such a vehicle that ((which)) has slowed or stopped to yield to pedestrian traffic.

(3) Every pedestrian crossing at any point other than ((within)) a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection, shall yield the right of way to all vehicles.

(4) Pedestrians shall use sidewalks where provided. ((Where a sidewalk is provided, pedestrians shall proceed upon such a sidewalk.))

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-190, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-190, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-200   Special traffic and parking regulations and restrictions authorized.   ((Upon)) when special occasions create ((causing)) additional and/or heavy traffic and during emergencies, the appropriate vice-president or designee, is authorized to impose additional traffic and parking regulations and restrictions ((for the)) achieve((ment of)) the objectives specified in WAC 132Q-20-010.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-200, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-200, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-200, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-200, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-210   Two-wheeled motor((-))bikes or bicycles.   (1) All two-wheeled vehicles empowered by a motor shall park in a space designated for motorcycles only.

(2) No vehicle shall be driven or ridden on the sidewalks on campus at any time unless authorized by the appropriate vice-president or designee.

No skateboards or roller blades/skates shall be allowed on campus.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-210, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-210, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-210, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-210, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-220   Report of accidents.   The operator of any vehicle involved in an accident on campus resulting in injury to or death of any person or total of claimed damage to either or both vehicles exceeding $300.00 shall immediately report the ((such)) accident to the appropriate vice-president or designee, and shall within twenty-four hours after such accident, file a state of Washington motor vehicle accident report if required.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-220, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-220, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-220, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-220, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), filed 7/23/87)

WAC 132Q-20-230   Exceptions from traffic and parking restrictions.   These rules and regulations shall not apply to city-((owned)), county-((owned)), ((or)) state-((owned)) or federally-owned emergency vehicles.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-230, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-230, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-240   Enforcement.   (1) Enforcement of the parking rules and regulations will begin the first day ((of classes)) of ((the)) fall quarter and will continue ((through subsequent quarters)) until the start of the following fall quarter.

(2) The appropriate vice-president or designee((,)) shall be responsible for the enforcement of the rules and regulations contained in this chapter. ((The appropriate vice-president is hereby authorized to delegate this responsibility to the campus patrol or other subordinates.))

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-240, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-240, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-240, filed 7/23/87; Order 72-5, 132Q-20-240, filed 10/9/72; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-240, filed 7/26/71.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-250   Issuance of traffic citations. ((tickets.))   Upon ((the)) violation((s)) of any ((of the)) rules and/or regulations contained in this chapter, the appropriate vice-president((,)) or designee ((or subordinates)), may issue a ((summons or)) traffic citations ((ticket)) setting forth the date, ((the)) approximate time, permit number, license information, infraction, officer, and schedule of fines. ((Such summons or t)) Traffic citations ((tickets)) may be served by attaching or affixing a copy ((thereof)) in a ((some)) prominent place outside the ((such)) vehicle or by personally serving the operator/ ((or)) owner((.)) and by direct entry into the violator's "Customer Account".

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-250, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-250, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-250, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-250, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-260   Fines and penalties for students.   ((The appropriate vice-president or designee, is authorized to impose the following fines and penalties for the violation of the rules and regulations contained in this chapter:))

(1) ((Except as provided under subsection (2) of this section, f)) Fines will be levied by the appropriate vice president or designee for all violations of the regulations contained in this chapter. A current schedule of fines is available from the security ((parking)) office.

(2) Students have the right to due process and may appeal a decision of the appropriate vice president or designee to the college president or chief administrator of a recognized instructional unit whose decision shall be final.

(((2) Community Colleges of Spokane and its recognized instructional units are authorized to:

(a) Deny registration for subsequent quarters and

(b) Deny graduation from the college to any student that fails to promptly pay any financial obligation due the college including the payment for parking citations.))

(3) Vehicles ((which are)) parked on any campus ((within Community Colleges of Spokane and which are)) in violation of any of the regulations contained in this chapter, may be impounded or detained by use of mechanical devices at the discretion of the appropriate vice-president or designee. If a vehicle is impounded, it may be taken to such place for storage as the appropriate vice-president or designee((,)) selects. The expenses of such impounding((s)) and storage shall be the sole responsibility of ((charged to)) the owner or operator of the vehicle. ((and paid by him or her prior to its release. The college and its employees)) CCS shall not be liable for loss or damage of any kind resulting from such impounding and storage.

(4) At the discretion of the appropriate vice-president or designee, an accumulation of traffic violations by a student will be cause for disciplinary action, ((and the appropriate vice-president shall initiate disciplinary proceedings against such student)) pursuant to WAC 132Q-02-270 ((04-180)).

(5) The duly elected associated student government officers of CCS ((Spokane Falls Community College and Spokane Community College may, in a joint meeting with the District 17 executive committee,)) recommend a proposed schedule of fines prior to adoption of a new fine schedule.

(6) Refusal to pay a fine still existing after exhaustion of the appellate process shall be grounds for disciplinary action. In the case of students, failure to pay fines shall be grounds for the college, in addition to disciplinary action, to deny admission to CCS, registration, official transcripts, graduation or other administrative action. Failure to pay fines could result in the denial of issuing a permit.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-260, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 92-14-036, 132Q-20-260, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-260, filed 7/23/87; Order 72-2, 132Q-20-260, filed 2/7/72; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-260, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), filed 7/23/87)

WAC 132Q-20-265   Fines and penalties for all district employees.   (1) Fines levied for all violations are subject to payment to CCS ((the district)) in accordance with the established fine schedule.

(2) Faculty and other district employees have the right of due process and may appeal a decision of the appropriate vice president or designee ((dean of student personnel services)) to the college president or chief administrator of a recognized institutional unit whose decision shall be final.

(3) Vehicles parked on any campus in violation of any of the regulations contained in this chapter, may be impounded or detained by use of mechanical devices at the discretion of the appropriate vice president or designee. If a vehicle is impounded, it may be taken to such a place of storage as the appropriate vice president or designee selects. The expenses of such impounding and storage shall be the sole responsibility of the owner or operator of the vehicle. CCS shall not be liable for loss or damage of any kind resulting from such impounding and storage.

(4) At the discretion of the appropriate vice president or designee, an accumulation of traffic violations by college personnel is subject to disciplinary action pursuant to WAC 132Q-02-270.

(5) Refusal to pay a fine still existing after exhaustion of the appellate process shall be grounds for disciplinary action. Failure to pay fines could result in the denial of issuance of a permit, and/or impounding of vehicle.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-265, filed 7/23/87.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-20-270   Liability of CCS ((college)).   ((The)) Community Colleges of Spokane assumes no liability under any circumstances for vehicles parked on campus.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-20-270, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-20-270, filed 7/23/87; Order 71-4, 132Q-20-270, filed 7/26/71.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-94-010   Declaration of purpose.   By adoption of the following health and safety regulations the board of trustees of ((the)) Community Colleges of Spokane expresses its firm commitment to the safety and health of its students and employees. The board further recognizes the importance of students and employees developing safe work habits, particularly in the areas of equipment and machinery operation, and in the handling of potentially hazardous chemical substances. This chapter shall apply to all students, college personnel ((employees)) and visitors and shall pertain to all campuses and sites under the direct or indirect control of the district.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-94-010, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 90-21-022, 132Q-94-010, filed 10/8/90, effective 11/8/90; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-94-010, filed 7/23/87; Order 72-1, 132Q-94-010, filed 1/28/72.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-94-020   Rationale.   Adoption of these health and safety rules by the board of trustees is based on the following standards:

(1) The possibility of accidental injury to an individual exists at all times and in all places and no place of work ((n))or any human activity is exempt from the possibility of accidents.

(2) All community college safety programs are for the benefit of ((both)) the Community Colleges of Spokane and the individual students enrolled within the institution(s). There is no conflict of interests between the students and the college in the area of an accident prevention program; through accident prevention, everyone benefits.

(3) Accident prevention requires both organization and education, consisting largely of the desire to provide and maintain an environment free of hazards through institution of a common-sense safety program and the determination to carry out the program effectively.

(4) Effective accident prevention includes instructor leadership, student cooperation, effective organization, thorough training, and good supervision.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-94-020, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-94-020, filed 7/23/87; Order 72-1, 132Q-94-020, filed 1/28/72.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 00-14-007, filed 6/26/00)

WAC 132Q-94-030   Students' responsibilities.   Students attending Community Colleges of Spokane shall, to the best of their ability, make it their individual responsibility to keep themselves and their fellow students free from accidents. In the interest of accident prevention, students shall obey the approved district safety rules and procedures including those outlined below, as well as other, more specific safety rules, as outlined by their instructors:

(1) Students shall consider the benefits of accident prevention to themselves, to others, and to their work, and shall act accordingly, conducting their work to avoid accidents through observation of safe work practices.

(2) Students shall study and observe all safe practices governing their specific area of work or class assignment, and shall make a concerted effort to understand their job and area of assignment.

(3) Students shall ascertain emergency procedures from their instructor or supervisor.

(4) Students shall remain alert for any unsafe condition(s) or practice(s), immediately reporting any observed to their instructor or supervisor.

(5) Students shall promptly report any accident in which they are injured, regardless of the degree of severity, to their instructor or supervisor.

(6) Students shall not engage in practical jokes or horseplay while attending class or while on the job.

(7) Students shall not report to class or a work-study position while under the influence of intoxicants or drugs, nor shall such items be used or consumed while on the premises of the Community Colleges of Spokane or representing the Community Colleges of Spokane at an off-site location.

(8) Students who receive their instructor(('s)) or supervisor's permission to operate a state vehicle shall comply with existing fleet policies and procedures of Community Colleges of Spokane.

(9) Students shall comply with existing smoking regulations of the Community Colleges of Spokane.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-94-030, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-94-030, filed 7/23/87; Order 72-1, 132Q-94-030, filed 1/28/72.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), filed 7/23/87)

WAC 132Q-94-130   Violations.   Violations of these rules and regulations based on health and safety standards within this chapter((,)) shall be cause for disciplinary action under the provisions of chapter 132Q-02((04)) WAC. Disciplinary proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with chapter 132Q-02((04)) WAC.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27), 132Q-94-130, filed 7/23/87; Order 72-1, 132Q-94-130, filed 1/28/72.]

Reviser's note: RCW 34.05.395 requires the use of underlining and deletion marks to indicate amendments to existing rules. The rule published above varies from its predecessor in certain respects not indicated by the use of these markings.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 87-16-010 (Resolution No. 27) [00-14-007], filed 7/23/87 [6/26/00])

WAC 132Q-94-150   Prohibition of weapons ((firearms)) and other dangerous instrumentalities.   No ((employee)) college personnel, student or member of the public ((guest)) shall carry, transport within a vehicle or otherwise possess any weapon ((gun, pistol or other firearm or)) explosive device, hazardous chemicals or any other hazardous weapon ((device)) such as knives or substance on any college campus or other district property except for use in an authorized college activity with express authorization from the chief executive of the campus or an authorized designee.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 00-14-007, 132Q-94-150, filed 6/26/00, effective 7/27/00; 90-21-023, 132Q-94-150, filed 10/8/90, effective 11/8/90.]

Reviser's note: The bracketed material preceding the section above was supplied by the code reviser's office.
NEW SECTION
WAC 132Q-94-160   Prohibition of open flames in college buildings.   Candles and other open flames, including lighting and burning of incense, are prohibited in any building owned or operated by Community Colleges of Spokane. Open flames create a fire hazard, and scented candles and incense can be an irritant to other individuals. Exceptions may be made if the candle or flame is associated with instructional equipment under appropriate faculty supervision or for decorative/food preparation purposes as part of an approved college function and with appropriate equipment. The Facilities Department obtains necessary permits from the City of Spokane Fire Department for such uses.

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AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 91-17-076, filed 8/21/91)

WAC 132Q-108-010   Adoption of model rules of practice and procedure.   The model rules of procedure adopted by the chief administrative law judge pursuant to RCW 34.05.250, as now or hereafter amended, are hereby adopted for use at Community Colleges of Spokane ((this institution)). Those rules may be found in ((at)) chapter 10-08 WAC. Other procedural rules adopted in this title are supplementary to the model rules of procedure. In the case of a conflict between the model rules of procedure and procedural rules adopted in this title, the procedural rules adopted by Community Colleges of Spokane ((this institution)) shall govern. Rules adopted at CCS ((this institution)) prior to July 1, 1989, remain in full force and effect unless specifically repealed or amended.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 91-17-076, 132Q-108-010, filed 8/21/91, effective 9/21/91.]

Reviser's note: The unnecessary underscoring in the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appears in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 91-17-076, filed 8/21/91)

WAC 132Q-108-020   Appointment of presiding officers.   The chancellor/CEO ((chief executive officer or a designee of the chief executive officer)) shall appoint ((designate)) a presiding officer for an adjudicative proceeding. The presiding officer shall be an administrative law judge, a member in good standing of the Washington State Bar Association, a panel of individuals, the chief executive officer or a designee of the chief executive officer, or any combination of the above. Where more than one individual is designated to be the presiding officer, one person shall be designated by the chief executive officer or the designee of the chief executive officer to make decisions concerning discovery, closure, means of recording adjudicative proceedings, and similar matters.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 91-17-076, 132Q-108-020, filed 8/21/91, effective 9/21/91.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 91-17-076, filed 8/21/91)

WAC 132Q-108-040   Application for adjudicative proceeding.   An application for adjudicative proceeding shall be in writing. Application forms are available at the following address: Community Colleges of Spokane, 501 North Riverpoint Boulevard, P.O. Box 6000, MS 1001 ((North 2000 Greene Street, Room 01-0119A,)) Spokane, Washington, 99217-6000 ((99207)). Written application for an adjudicative proceeding should be submitted to the above address within 20 days of the agency action giving rise to the application, unless provided for otherwise by statute or rule.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 91-17-076, 132Q-108-040, filed 8/21/91, effective 9/21/91.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 91-17-076 [92-14-039], filed 8/21/91 [6/24/92])

WAC 132Q-108-050   Brief adjudicative procedures.   This rule is adopted in accordance with RCW 34.05.482 through 34.05.494, the provisions of which are hereby adopted. Brief adjudicative procedures shall be used in all matters related to:

(1) Residency determinations made pursuant to RCW 28B.15.013, conducted by the admissions office;

(2) Disputes concerning educational records;

(3) Student conduct proceedings. The procedural rules in chapter 132Q-02 ((04)) WAC apply to these procedures;

(4) Parking violations. The procedural rules in chapter 132Q-20 WAC apply to these proceedings;

(5) Outstanding debts owed by students or employees;

(6) Loss of eligibility for participation in institution-sponsored athletic events, pursuant to WAC 132Q-02-510 ((03-005)).

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. 92-14-039, 132Q-108-050, filed 6/24/92, effective 7/25/92; 91-17-076, 132Q-108-050, filed 8/21/91, effective 9/21/91.]

Reviser's note: The bracketed material preceding the section above was supplied by the code reviser's office.
REPEALER

     The following sections of the Washington Administrative Code are repealed:
WAC 132Q-03-005 Grounds for ineligibility
WAC 132Q-03-010 Right to brief adjudicative procedure
WAC 132Q-03-020 Brief adjudicative procedure
WAC 132Q-03-030 Decision
WAC 132Q-04-010 Purpose for adoption of student rules
WAC 132Q-04-020 Definitions.
WAC 132Q-04-030 Jurisdiction.
WAC 132Q-04-031 Prohibited conduct.
WAC 132Q-04-076 Hazing prohibited.
WAC 132Q-04-077 Penalties for hazing.
WAC 132Q-04-078 Sanctions for impermissible conduct not amounting to hazing.
WAC 132Q-04-097 Eligibility for clinical programs.
WAC 132Q-04-100 Right of assembly.
WAC 132Q-04-105 Other punishable acts.
WAC 132Q-04-110 Commercial activities.
WAC 132Q-04-120 Outside speakers.
WAC 132Q-04-130 Trespass.
WAC 132Q-04-140 Distribution of materials.
WAC 132Q-04-150 Right to demand identification.
WAC 132Q-04-160 Purpose of disciplinary actions.
WAC 132Q-04-170 Initiation of prosecution.
WAC 132Q-04-180 Initial disciplinary proceedings.
WAC 132Q-04-190 Appeals.
WAC 132Q-04-200 Composition of college disciplinary committee.
WAC 132Q-04-210 Brief adjudicative proceeding.
WAC 132Q-04-220 Conduct of disciplinary proceedings.
WAC 132Q-04-230 Evidence admissible in proceedings.
WAC 132Q-04-240 Decision by the committee.
WAC 132Q-04-250 Final decision regarding appeal of disciplinary committee action.
WAC 132Q-04-260 Disciplinary action.
WAC 132Q-04-270 Readmission after dismissal.
WAC 132Q-04-280 Reporting, recording and maintenance of records.
WAC 132Q-05-010 Purpose of summary suspension rules.
WAC 132Q-05-020 Definitions.
WAC 132Q-05-030 Jurisdiction.
WAC 132Q-05-033 Authority to suspend.
WAC 132Q-05-036 Conduct at college functions.
WAC 132Q-05-040 Initiation of summary suspension proceedings.
WAC 132Q-05-050 Notice of summary proceedings.
WAC 132Q-05-060 Procedures of summary suspension proceeding.
WAC 132Q-05-070 Decision by vice-president.
WAC 132Q-05-080 Notice of suspension.
WAC 132Q-05-090 Suspension for failure to appear.
WAC 132Q-05-100 Appeal.
WAC 132Q-05-110 Summary suspension proceedings not duplicitous.
WAC 132Q-05-120 Reporting, recording and maintenance of records.
WAC 132Q-06-010 Confidentiality of student records.
WAC 132Q-06-015 Definition of a student.
WAC 132Q-06-016 Definition of personally identifiable information.
WAC 132Q-06-020 Education records -- Student's right to inspect.
WAC 132Q-06-025 Requests and appeal procedures.
WAC 132Q-06-030 Release of personally-identifiable records.
WAC 132Q-06-035 College records.
WAC 132Q-06-040 Records committee.
WAC 132Q-20-020 Definitions

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