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               (See also COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES AUTHORITY; LABOR; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES)
Admissions, three- or four-track system, studying transition to: HB 1147
Adult basic education, expected enrollments at community and technical colleges, forecasting: HB 2329, SHB 2329, SB 6161, SSB 6161
Adult basic education, funding for: HB 1705, SB 5619
Art, for higher education buildings, expending part of allocation during design phase, when: HB 2755, SHB 2755, SB 6409, SSB 6409
Attendance pilot project, at college, establishing: HB 1982, SHB 1982
Baccalaureate degree programs, applied, leading to teacher certification: SB 5391
Baccalaureate degrees, baccalaureate of science degree in computer science, authorizing at Bellevue College: SB 6673
Baccalaureate degrees, impact of allowing community and technical colleges to offer, studying: SHB 2769, 2SHB 2769
Bachelor degrees, B.S. in computer science, authorizing at Bellevue College: * SSB 5928, CH 33 (2016)
Bachelor degrees, programs of study for, pilot program: HB 2769, SHB 2769, 2SHB 2769
Bellevue College, B.S. degree in computer science at, authorizing: * SSB 5928, CH 33 (2016)
Bellevue College, baccalaureate of science degree in computer science at, authorizing: SB 6673
Bill of rights, academic, concerning trigger warnings, microaggressions, whistleblower protection, and discipline: HB 2488
Bonds, general obligation for certain higher education capital projects, decodifying statutes: * HB 1961, CH 55 (2015), SB 5977
Branch campuses, "branch" as identifying term, eliminating: HB 2349
Budgets, department-level, posting on education data center's data dashboard: HB 1400
Capital budget projects, major and minor works, valuation thresholds, revising: HB 2755, SHB 2755, SB 6409
Capital budget projects, minor works, valuation thresholds, revising: SSB 6409
Capital budget requests by institutions, document for projects, modifying requirements: HB 1532, SB 5562
College in the high school program, dual credit access for low-income students: SHB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 202 (2015)
College in the high school program, dual credit opportunities: HB 1546, SB 5080, SSB 5080, SB 5086
College in the high school program, earlier participation: HB 1031, SHB 1031, HB 1081, SHB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 202 (2015)
College savings program, Washington, establishing: SB 6601, SSB 6601, * E2SSB 6601, CH 69 (2016)
Contracts, submission and public inspection provisions, higher education institution exception, when: HB 2755, SB 6409
Course materials, cost of, indicating with course descriptions during registration: HB 2796
Course materials, open educational resources, online library for, courses using, and grant programs: HB 2686, SHB 2686
Course materials, open source instructional materials, B&O tax credit for creating or publishing: HB 2780
Credits, transfer from 4-year public institution to community or technical college, plans for: SB 6354, * SSB 6354, CH 19 (2016) V
Cybersecurity, at state agencies, attracting qualified students for, studying methods: HB 2243
Cybersecurity, conditional loan program for higher education: HB 2244
Disabilities, higher education transfer students with, core services for: HB 2825, SB 6466
Disabilities, higher education transfer students with, work group on removing obstacles for: ESHB 2825, * SSB 6466, CH 22 (2016) V
Employees, academic, collective bargaining agreements, digital copy submission: ESB 5854
Employees, academic, collective bargaining to be considered as open public meetings: HB 2829, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Employees, academic, collective bargaining to be open public meetings: HB 2490, SSB 5329
Employees, academic, salary and benefit increases and COLAs: HB 1538, SB 5469
Employees, academic, salary or wage increases, collective bargaining agreement requirements: SB 5979, SSB 5979
Employees, academic, step increases for, requirements: HB 1863
Employees, collective bargaining unit representatives, periodic certification elections: SB 6410, SSB 6410
Employees, collective bargaining unit representatives, prohibiting certain benefits and payments to, when: HB 1773, SB 5602
Employees, technical college classified employees, salary and benefit increases and COLAs: HB 1538, SB 5469
Everett Community College, offering aerospace training or educational program: HB 1880, * SB 5746, CH 218 (2015)
Expenditures, higher education institutions, posting on education data center's data dashboard: SHB 1400
Faculty, adjunct, certification as common schools substitute teachers: SB 5941
Faculty, full-time, strategic plan for increasing by decreasing part-time faculty: HB 2615, SHB 2615
Faculty, part-time nontenured, collective bargaining unit participation: SB 5231
Faculty, part-time, priorities and impacts of overuse by community colleges of, studying: HB 2615, SHB 2615
Fees, community college services and activities, to be arrived at without reference to tuition: HB 2911, SB 6587
Fees, services and activities, to be arrived at without reference to tuition: SSB 6587
Financial aid, affordable college for everyone grant contract program, creating: HB 1154, SHB 1154
Financial aid, college bound scholarship and state need grant recipients, honoring: * SR 8618 (2015)
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, eligibility, expanding "resident student" definition for: HB 2801
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, pledge requirement, modifying: HB 1236, ESHB 1236, E2SHB 1236
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, student support services programs for enrollees in: SB 5856
Financial aid, college bound scholarship program, work group recommendations: SB 5851, SSB 5851, * 2SSB 5851, CH 244 (2015)
Financial aid, college bound scholarship, aligning eligibility with state need grant: HB 2241, SB 6113
Financial aid, cybersecurity conditional loan program: HB 2244
Financial aid, income share agreements as alternative to loans, origination regulation and originator licensing: HB 1923, SHB 1923
Financial aid, state need grant and college bound scholarship recipients, honoring: * SR 8618 (2015)
Financial aid, state need grant and college bound scholarship, using for community or technical college: HB 2039, HB 2301
Financial aid, state need grant performance-based scholarship pilot project, creating: HB 2041, SHB 2041, 2SHB 2041
Financial aid, state need grant, aligning college bound scholarship eligibility with: HB 2241, SB 6113
Financial aid, state need grant, awarding percentage to students pursuing STEM degrees: SB 6512
Financial aid, state need grant, eligibility provisions: * SB 5638, CH 121 (2015)
Financial aid, state need grant, grants and pursuit of STEM-field degrees, creating work group to study relationship: SSB 6512
Financial aid, state need grant, minimum grade point average for renewing: HB 1767, SB 5547, SSB 5547
Financial aid, state need grant, reducing appropriations via college affordability program: SB 5954, * 2ESSB 5954, CH 36 (2015), SSB 6059
Financial aid, state, defining "satisfactory academic progress" for purposes of: HB 1955
Financial aid, student loan ombuds, designating: SB 6610
Financial aid, student loan repayment assistance, B&O tax credit for employers providing employees with: SB 6608
Financial aid, student loan servicers, licensing and regulation of: SB 6610
Financial aid, student loans, private activity bond allocation for: HB 2585, SHB 2585, SB 6342, * SSB 6342, CH 18 (2016) V, SB 6682
Financial aid, Washington advance higher education loan program, as pilot program: HB 1030, SHB 1030
Financial literacy seminars, live, mandatory: SB 5349
Firearms, concealed pistol carried by license holder on campus, authorizing, requirements and violations: HB 2867
Firearms, pistols, on higher education campuses, offenses involving: HB 2867
Free to finish college program, Washington, establishing: HB 2955, SHB 2955, 2SHB 2955
Funding, certain percentage of sales tax revenues to support higher education: HB 1810, SB 5286
Funding, enrollment levels for calculating, definition of "caseload" used when determining: SB 6095
Funding, nonstate appropriated funds (local funds), posting on college board web site: HB 1893
Funding, prioritizing biennial state revenue growth for education: HB 1385, SB 5063, SSB 5063
Funding, revenues and nonstate nonappropriated funds expenditures and ending balances, posting on districts' web sites: SHB 1893
GET ready for college program, establishing: SB 5636
High school equivalency certificates, tests for, options: HB 1743, SB 5676, SSB 5676
Higher education performing arts and sports facilities, public high school use, when: HB 1834
Information technology, at state agencies, attracting qualified students for, studying methods: HB 2243
Inmates, post-secondary programs, modifying provisions to increase opportunities: HB 1704, HB 2619, SB 5354, SB 6260
Investment authority and options of higher education institutions, modifying: HB 2936, SHB 2936, * ESB 6349, CH 152 (2016), SB 6596
Latino/a educational achievement project (LEAP), welcoming to Olympia: * SR 8700 (2016)
Low-income homeless students using student housing facilities, when: HB 2024
Low-income students, eliminating application fee and reviewing placement test fees for: HB 2593
Media, student journalist freedom of speech, including civil action for relief: SB 6233
Mental health and suicide prevention in higher education, task force on: HB 1138, * SHB 1138, CH 67 (2015)
Military members, early registration for spouse or domestic partner: HB 1052, * SHB 1052, CH 14 (2015)
Military members, waivers of building and services and activities fees, when: * HB 1706, CH 143 (2015), SB 5620
Partners for veteran supportive campuses certificate, helping colleges achieve: HB 1887, SHB 1887
Placement tests, reviewing fees: HB 2593
Procurement, employees performing, independent training or certification programs for: HB 2755, SHB 2755, SB 6409, SSB 6409
Procurement, independent commodities purchasing authority, eliminating report: * EHB 2883, CH 197 (2016)
Programs and RCW provisions, expiration dates and clarifications: * HB 1961, CH 55 (2015), SB 5977
Promise program, Washington, resident students tuition waiver and completion programs, and study of: SB 6481
Promise program, Washington, resident students tuition waiver and success course, and study of: HB 2820, SHB 2820
Purchasing, higher education independent authority, amending provisions concerning: HB 2755, SHB 2755, SB 6409, SSB 6409
Regional higher education demand and capacity, studying: HB 1482, SHB 1482
Research, release of records for, removing higher education institutions from "state agency": HB 2755, SHB 2755, SB 6409, SSB 6409
Running start program, dual credit options and financial aid to low-income students: SHB 1546
Running start program, dual credit options through: HB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 202 (2015), SB 5086
Sexual assault and similar crimes, survivors and others on campuses, services for: * SSB 5518, CH 92 (2015)
Sexual assault and similar crimes, survivors on campuses, rights: SB 5518
Sexual violence on campuses, requirements for institutions, including survey: SB 5518
Sexual violence on campuses, requirements, including assessment and disciplining: * SSB 5518, CH 92 (2015)
Sexual violence on campuses, work group concerning, establishing: SB 5518
Sexual violence, campus, task force on preventing, establishing: SB 5719, * SSB 5719, CH 239 (2015)
State campus compact, mentoring and service learning opportunities, consortium to develop and administer: HB 1982, SHB 1982
Student completion, enhancing through multiple strategies: HB 1982, SHB 1982
Student completion, innovations for student completion program, establishing: HB 1982, SHB 1982
Students, electronic benefit transfer cards for food assistance, using on-campus: HB 1820, SB 5794
Students, foster youth, educational outcomes improvement strategies for: HB 1999, SHB 1999, 2SHB 1999, 3SHB 1999, * 4SHB 1999, CH 71 (2016)
Textbooks, assigned, limiting cost, exceptions: HB 1958
Textbooks, cost of, indicating with course descriptions during registration: HB 2796
Textbooks, open educational resources, online library for, courses using, and grant programs: HB 2686, SHB 2686
Textbooks, open source instructional materials, B&O tax credit for creating or publishing: HB 2780
Tuition and fees, "resident student," criteria for veteran and veteran's spouse or children to qualify as: HB 1825, SHB 1825, 2E2SHB 1825, SB 5355, * ESSB 5355, CH 8 (2015)
Tuition and fees, community college services and activities fees to be arrived at without reference to tuition: HB 2911, SB 6587
Tuition and fees, grants to cover, through establishment of Washington free to finish college program: HB 2955, SHB 2955, 2SHB 2955
Tuition and fees, services and activities fees to be arrived at without reference to tuition: SSB 6587
Tuition and fees, waiver for resident students under Washington promise program: HB 2820, SHB 2820, SB 6481
Tuition and fees, waiver of portion for veteran, survivor eligibility for, when: HB 1644, SHB 1644, SB 5561, ESSB 5561
Tuition and fees, Washington college savings program, establishing: SB 6601, SSB 6601, * E2SSB 6601, CH 69 (2016)
Tuition, advanced college tuition payment (GET) program, provisions: HB 1556, SHB 1556, HB 2582, SB 5954, * 2ESSB 5954, CH 36 (2015), SSB 6059
Tuition, controlling to increase affordability of higher education: HB 1238, SHB 1238
Tuition, decrease in revenues due to resident undergraduate rate reductions, compensating institutions for: HB 2201
Tuition, limiting authority of institutions to set: HB 1146
Tuition, reducing through college affordability program: SB 5954, * 2ESSB 5954, CH 36 (2015), SSB 6059
Tuition, waivers for K-12 classified staff: HB 1592, SB 5559, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Veterans, student veterans support program, creating: HB 1887, SHB 1887
Volunteers, higher education students, medical aid benefits coverage, when: SB 6293, * ESSB 6293, CH 62 (2016)
Voting, student voter registration and voting, higher education institution plans to increase: HB 2890, SB 6474
Voting, student voter registration at higher education institution, modifying deadline for: SB 6539
Walla Walla Community College, Dr. Steven VanAusdle, his work as president, recognizing for: * SR 8729 (2016)
Washington next generation educational savings account program, establishing: HB 2662, SHB 2662
Work-based learning programs, unpaid students in, medical aid benefits coverage: * ESSB 6293, CH 62 (2016)