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Chapter 478-121 WAC

STUDENT CONDUCT CODE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

WAC Sections

PART I
AUTHORITY, APPLICATION, AND DEFINITIONS
Statement of authority.
General application of the student conduct code.
Application of student conduct code to research misconduct.
Jurisdiction of the university.
Severability.
Definitions.
PART II
PROHIBITED CONDUCT
General application.
Abuse of others.
Abuse of the student conduct process.
Academic misconduct.
Acts of dishonesty.
Aiding, assisting, and attempting.
Alcohol violations.
Computer abuses.
Creating a public nuisance in neighboring communities.
Discriminatory harassment.
Disruption or obstruction.
Drug violations.
Failure to comply.
Harassment or bullying.
Hazing.
Indecent exposure.
Intimate partner violence.
Possession or use of firearms, explosives, dangerous chemicals, or other dangerous weapons.
Research misconduct.
Retaliation.
Sexual assault.
Sexual exploitation.
Sexual harassment.
Stalking.
Theft.
Unauthorized keys, entry, or use.
Unauthorized recording.
Vandalism.
Violation of disciplinary sanctions.
Violation of law.
PART III
CONDUCT PROCEEDINGS, DISCIPLINARY SANCTIONS, AND EVIDENCE
Form of adjudicative proceeding.
Brief adjudicative proceeding.
Conversion to full adjudicative proceeding.
Full adjudicative proceeding.
Disciplinary sanctions.
Effective date of sanctions.
Authority to initiate conduct proceedings and delegations of authority in conduct proceedings.
Appointment of reviewing officers.
Selection of review panels.
Disqualification and substitution of presiding officers and reviewing officers.
Initiating conduct proceedings.
Decision not to initiate a conduct proceeding.
Conduct hold on student record.
Parties.
Interim protective measures.
Emergency authority of the university.
Service of notices, filings, and orders; and time limits.
Participation of advisors and attorneys.
Consolidation.
Burden of proof.
Evidence in conduct proceedings.
Relevant evidence, hearsay, and character evidence.
Prior or subsequent conduct of the respondent.
Prior sexual history.
Experts.
Self-incriminating evidence.
Criminal conviction.
PART IV
BRIEF ADJUDICATIVE PROCEEDINGS
Brief adjudicative proceedingsNotice of conduct proceeding and investigative interview.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsFact finding.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsStandard of proof.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsInitial order.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsRequesting administrative review.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsGrounds for administrative review.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsNotice of administrative review.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsProcedures for administrative review.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsOrder from administrative review.
Brief adjudicative proceedingsProcess following remand from administrative review or conversion.
PART V
FULL ADJUDICATIVE PROCEEDINGS AND FULL HEARING
Notice of full hearing.
Prehearing conferences.
Discovery.
Subpoenas.
Protective orders.
Pleadings, briefs, and motions.
Communications with hearing officer.
Standard of proof in full hearings.
Continuances.
Testimony under oath or affirmation.
Remote participation.
Initial order from full hearing.
Requesting administrative review from a full hearing.
Grounds for administrative review from a full hearing.
Notice of administrative review from a full hearing.
Procedures for administrative review from a full hearing.
Communications with reviewing officers.
Order from administrative review of a full hearing.
Process following remand from administrative review of a full hearing.
Reconsideration of final orders.
Denial of request for reconsideration.
Privacy in full hearings.
PART VI
RECORDKEEPING
General recordkeeping.
Disciplinary record.
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