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PDFWAC 172-121-030

Rights of students.

Any student or student organization charged with any violation of the student conduct code and the complainant in the case of an allegation of sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence, have the following rights where applicable:
(1) The right to a fair and impartial conduct review process;
(2) The right to prior written notice to attend a prehearing conference or hearing;
(3) The right to remain silent during any conduct review hearing;
(4) The right to know who filed the complaint against them as described in WAC 172-121-110;
(5) The right to speak on their own behalf in all proceedings;
(6) The right to hear all information and view all material presented against him or her;
(7) The right to call witnesses as described in WAC 172-121-122;
(8) The right to ask or submit questions to be asked of witnesses for a full hearing, in a method determined by the conduct review officer, as described in WAC 172-121-122;
(9) The right to consult an advisor as described in WAC 172-121-105(3);
(10) The right to be presumed not responsible;
(11) Complainants have the right to opt out of participating in the student conduct process;
(12) The right to appeal as provided in WAC 172-121-130; and
(13) The right to be subjected to university disciplinary action only one time for the same conduct.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12). WSR 20-19-046, § 172-121-030, filed 9/10/20, effective 10/11/20. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12) and 42.56.070. WSR 19-01-047, § 172-121-030, filed 12/13/18, effective 1/13/19. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12). WSR 13-24-123, § 172-121-030, filed 12/4/13, effective 1/4/14; WSR 09-12-001, § 172-121-030, filed 5/20/09, effective 6/20/09.]
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