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Chapter 132T-12 WAC

Last Update: 9/1/71


WAC Sections

HTMLPDF132T-12-010Minimum standard for admission to Walla Walla Community College.
HTMLPDF132T-12-020Faculty records.


Minimum standard for admission to Walla Walla Community College.

Any applicant for admission to Walla Walla Community College shall be admitted when, as determined by the president of the college, or by his authorized representative, such applicant:
(1) Is competent to profit from the curricular offerings of the college; and
(2) Would not, by his presence or conduct, create a disruptive atmosphere within the community college inconsistent with the purposes of the institution; and
(3) Is eighteen years of age or older or who is a graduate of high school or whose application, if under eighteen years of age and not a graduate of a high school, has been approved, insofar as acquisition of approval is feasible, by the principal of the high school he is attending or which he last attended: Provided, That an applicant transferring from another institution of higher education who meets the above criteria, but who is not in good standing at the time of his transfer, may be conditionally admitted to the college on a probationary status as determined by the president of the college or by his authorized representative.
[Order 71-12, § 132T-12-010, filed 4/7/71.]


Faculty records.

(1) All records relating to the performance and qualifications of any member of the faculty or administrative staff shall not be deemed public records. However, the president and members of the faculty and administrative staff may use the information contained in such records as the basis for the recommendation or nonrecommendation for any purpose of a present or former administrative or faculty employee, or in any dismissal proceeding.
(2) Members of the faculty or administrative staff to whom such records pertain shall be guaranteed access to their individual records at any reasonable time. Such persons shall be authorized to file any rebuttal statement in their official files or records in the event the individual faculty or administrative staff member so desires to file such rebuttal.
[Order 71-13, § 132T-12-020, filed 4/7/71.]