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PDFWAC 172-135-020


"Dean" refers to the dean of students or designee.
"Director of CAPS" refers to the director of counseling and psychological services or designee.
"Essential function requirements for a student" are those tasks and responsibilities an individual student is required to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, in order to remain enrolled at the university. These functions are all related to and consistent with educational necessity. The primary foci of the essential function requirements is the ability to learn, retain information, exhibit self-mastery, and demonstrate knowledge pertaining to academic and personal success. The essential functions for general enrollment include:
(a) Mental/psychological requirements:
(i) Communicating effectively, both verbally and nonverbally, and receiving communication effectively;
(ii) Managing and maintaining control over emotions;
(iii) Concentrating on tasks;
(iv) Remembering information and details;
(v) Making appropriate decisions; and
(vi) Adjusting to changing environments that include maintaining emotional health and a demeanor suitable for an academic environment.
(b) Performance requirements:
(i) Meeting academic/administrative deadlines, completing tasks as assigned;
(ii) Attending and participating in classes and required meetings with university faculty and staff;
(iii) Managing stressors associated with studying and, if relevant, residing in a university community.
(c) Interpersonal and intrapersonal requirements:
(i) Maintaining organization related to academics, health, and well-being, including appropriate hygiene and dress;
(ii) Adhering to university policies, including the student conduct code and academic integrity policies;
(iii) Demonstrating appropriate interactions with others including faculty, staff and fellow students;
(iv) Self-evaluating, identifying, and articulating needs and being able to identify and utilize resources in order to meet those needs.
(d) Other requirements: Additional requirements may be required for some university programs, activities, housing options, majors, and courses.
"Service" means to send notice via email to the student's university email account and via certified letter to the student's last known address. Alternatively, it may be hand delivered to the student.
"Student conduct code" refers to the regulations contained in the student conduct code, chapter 172-121 WAC.
"University" means Eastern Washington University.
"Vice president for student affairs" refers to the vice president for student affairs or designee.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12) and 42.56.070. WSR 18-21-033, § 172-135-020, filed 10/5/18, effective 11/5/18.]
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