Individuals who violate these regulations will be advised of the specific nature of violation. If they persist in the violation, they may be directed by a university official, university public safety or security officer, or any other public safety officer acting under the authority of a mutual aid agreement, to leave the university property. Such a direction withdraws the license or privilege to enter onto or remain upon an identified portion of, or all, university facilities by the individual told to leave. Persons who fail to heed the direction to leave university facilities, or who enter onto such facilities in violation of such direction, may be arrested under the provisions of chapter 9A.52
RCW. If the no trespass order is given for only one portion of campus for only a single day, the decision is not subject to appeal.
Individuals directed to leave university facilities for more than a single day may appeal that decision by submitting to the vice-president for business and finance, or such other person as the university president may designate, by certified mail, return receipt requested, a letter stating the reasons the person should not be barred from university facilities. The vice-president for business and finance, or the person who has been designated by the university president, shall respond in writing within fifteen calendar days with a final decision of the university. Persons will continue to be barred from university property while their appeal is pending.
University students, faculty, and staff may only be ejected pursuant to this protocol where the duration of the ejection is for no more than a single day or where the ejection applies to a portion of university property that the student or employee does not need to access to perform his or her studies or work (e.g., a student may be ejected, using this protocol, from Martin Stadium during a football game or from Beasley Coliseum during an event).
Students, faculty, and staff who do not comply with these regulations will be reported to the appropriate university office or agency for action in accordance with established university policies. Such action may include a decision to permanently bar them from entering onto, or remaining upon, all or a portion of the university facilities. The authority to bar students from all or a portion of campus under this section is separate from, and in addition to, the authority of student conduct officers or conduct boards to bar students as a disciplinary sanction.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.30.150. 08-24-026, § 504-35-150, filed 11/24/08, effective 12/25/08.]