Composition of review committees.
(1) A separate tenure review committee, which shall serve as a standing committee until such time as the appointment is terminated, shall be established for each full-time probationer.
(2) Each [tenure] review committee shall be composed of five persons: Three shall be tenured faculty appointees selected by a majority of the tenured faculty members and faculty department heads acting in a body prior to October 15 of the probationer's first full regular college year of employment; one shall be the probationer's division chairman (or his/her management supervisor if he/she is not supervised by a division chairman); one shall be a student representative who shall be a full-time student and who shall be chosen by the student association of the college in such a manner thereof shall determine. Each tenure review committee shall select its own chairman. If the elected chairman fails to perform his/her required duties in the time period specified, management shall appoint a chairman from among the other committee members to fulfill the responsibilities. Each review committee shall meet at the call of the chairman when, in his[/]her discretion, the need for such meeting arises, provided, that the committee shall meet with the probationer at least twice during each winter quarter. Additionally, the committee shall meet within ten days after the chairman receives the probationer's written request which states the purpose of the meeting.
(3) If a vacancy occurs upon any tenure review committee prior to the expiration of the probationer's appointment as such, an administrative, faculty or student member, as appropriate, shall be appointed to fill the vacancy pursuant to subsection (2) of this rule to serve for the duration of the committee's obligation.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140
(13) and 28B.50.852
. WSR 81-08-002 (Order 6-81, Resolution No. 81-6), § 132V-22-030, filed 3/19/81; Order 16, § 132V-22-030, filed 12/28/73; Order 9, § 132V-22-030, filed 3/1/73; Order 3, § 132V-22-030, filed 5/29/70.]
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