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PDFWAC 132H-126-340

Student conduct committeeReview of an initial decision.

(1) A responding party, or an impacted party in a case involving allegations of sexual misconduct, who is aggrieved by the findings or conclusions issued by the student conduct committee may request a review of the committee's initial decision to the president by filing a notice of appeal with the president's office within twenty-one days of service of the committee's initial decision or a written notice. Failure to file a timely appeal request within this time frame constitutes a waiver of the right and the initial decision shall be deemed final.
(2) The notice of appeal must identify the specific findings of fact and/or conclusions of law in the initial decision that are challenged and must contain an argument as to why the appeal should be granted. The president's review shall be restricted to the hearing record made before the student conduct committee and will normally be limited to those issues and arguments raised in the notice of appeal. As part of the review process, the president may ask the nonappealing party(ies) to respond to the arguments contained in the notice of appeal.
(3) The president shall provide a written decision to all parties within thirty days after receipt of the notice of appeal or receipt of the response from nonappealing parties, whichever is later. The president's decision shall be final and shall include a notice of any rights to request reconsideration and/or judicial review.
(4) In cases involving allegations of sexual misconduct, the president, on the same date that the final decision is served upon the responding party, shall serve a written notice informing the impacted party of the final decision. This notice shall inform the impacted party whether the sexual misconduct allegation was found to have merit and describe any disciplinary sanctions and/or conditions imposed upon the responding party for the impacted party's protection, including suspension or dismissal of the responding party.
(5) The president shall not engage in an ex parte communication with any of the parties regarding an appeal.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(13); P.L. 113-4, 20 U.S.C. § 1092(f); Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, 20 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq. WSR 19-01-082, § 132H-126-340, filed 12/17/18, effective 1/17/19.]
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