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WAC 132V-15-060

Conduct of appeal.

(1) A hearing shall normally be held within twenty instructional days after the dean of student services receives the appeal.
(2) The hearing shall be conducted by the dean of student services or his/her designee who shall be an official of the college who does not have a direct interest in the final decision of the committee.
(3) In presenting his/her appeal, the student may have assistance from or be represented by an individual or an attorney of his/her choice and at his/her own expense. The college may choose to be represented by its assistant attorney general.
(4) Within ten instructional days after the hearing the dean of student services or his/her designee shall prepare a final written decision based solely on the evidence presented during the hearing. A copy of the final decision shall be made available to the student.
(5) If the final decision of the dean of student services mandates amendments to the student's educational records, the college official of the office of record shall make said amendments within ten instructional days after the notification and so inform the student in writing.
(6) If the student disagrees with the final decision, he/she shall have the right to place a statement to this effect in his/her educational records. This statement shall be retained in the student's file and shall become a permanent part of the student's education record for as long as the record is maintained.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140(13). WSR 96-16-034, § 132V-15-060, filed 8/1/96, effective 9/1/96; WSR 89-20-013 (Order 89-1), § 132V-15-060, filed 9/26/89, effective 10/27/89.]
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