If the dean of students, following the conclusion of the summary suspension proceedings, finds that there is probable cause to believe that:
(1) The student against whom specific violations of law or of provisions of the Code of student rights and responsibilities are alleged has committed one or more of such violations upon any college facility; and
(2) That summary suspension of said student is necessary under the provisions of summary suspension rules, WAC 132P-33-270
(3) Such violation or violations of the law or of provisions of the Code of student rights and responsibilities constitute grounds for disciplinary action, then the dean of students may, with the written approval of the college president, suspend such student from college.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 285.50.140 [28B.50.140]. WSR 82-01-079 (Resolution No. 81-4), § 132P-33-310, filed 12/21/81.]