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President's review and final college order.
(1) The college president shall review the record and enter the final college order, in accordance with RCW 34.05.461
(2) and 34.05.464
(2) If either the respondent or the vice-president for student services wishes to file written argument with the president, she/he must file that argument and serve a copy on the other within fifteen days after service of the committee's order. Within seven days after service of any such argument, the other party may file and serve a written response. The president shall have discretion to modify these deadlines and/or to allow oral arguments. However no new evidence, not already part of the record, may be introduced in any argument, except as expressly authorized by the president upon a showing of compelling legal justification and after any appropriate fact-finding.
(3) The president shall personally consider the whole record or such portions of it as may be cited by the parties. A party's failure to present any argument shall mean that the party is citing "none" of the record.
(4) If the committee's order includes a provision for expulsion, the president must consult with and obtain the agreement of the district chancellor. If the committee's order includes a provision for suspension from any other college(s) of the district, the president must consult with and obtain the agreement of the president(s) of such college(s).
(5) Within ninety days following the later of the conclusion of the hearing or the committee's receipt of closing arguments, the president shall either remand the matter for further proceedings, with instructions to the committee, or enter a final order in the matter. The president shall have all of decision-making power that he/she would have had if presiding over the hearing, including the power to affirm, reverse, or modify any disciplinary sanction.
(6) The president's final order shall include, or incorporate by reference to the committee's initial order, all matters required by RCW 34.05.461
, in accordance with RCW 34.05.464
. It shall also include notice to the respondent of his/her right to seek judicial review under RCW 34.05.510
(7) Copies of the final order shall be served on the respondent, the vice-president, any legal counsel who have appeared, and the committee chair.
(8) The decision of the president shall be the final district action in the matter.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.100
, [28B.50].130, and/or [28B.50].140. WSR 03-16-015, § 132F-121-220, filed 7/28/03, effective 8/28/03.]