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WAC 495A-121-061

Disciplinary process—Except summary suspension.

(1) The vice president for student services or his/her designated representative will initiate disciplinary proceedings.
(2) Any student accused of violating any provision of the rules of conduct shall be called for an initial meeting and advised as to the seriousness of the matter under consideration. The student will be informed of what provision(s) of the rules of conduct he/she is charged with violating, and what appears to be the range of penalties, if any, which might result from disciplinary proceedings.
(3) After considering the evidence in a case and interviewing the student or students involved, the vice president for student services, or in his/her absence, the designee, may take any of the following actions:
(a) Terminate the proceeding, exonerating the student or students.
(b) Dismiss the case after providing whatever counseling and advice may be appropriate.
(c) Impose disciplinary sanctions directly, subject to the student's right of appeal as described in this procedure. The student shall be notified in writing of the action taken except that disciplinary warnings may be given verbally.
(d) Refer the matter to the student/faculty disciplinary committee for appropriate action. The student shall be notified in writing that the matter has been referred to the committee. If a referral or an appeal is made to the student/faculty disciplinary committee, the committee shall hold a hearing, reach conclusions, and may impose sanctions.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 00-11-147, § 495A-121-061, filed 5/24/00, effective 6/24/00.]
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