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WAC 172-108-050

Brief adjudicative proceedings.

In accordance with RCW 34.05.410 (1)(a), the procedures identified in RCW 34.05.482 through 34.05.494 apply to all brief adjudicative proceedings at Eastern Washington University. All applications for a brief adjudicative proceeding shall be in writing. Application forms are available from: University Policy Administration; Office of the President; Showalter 214; Eastern Washington University; Cheney, WA 99004-2496. Written application for a brief adjudicative proceeding in response to the institution's action must be submitted to the university within twenty-one calendar days of the action, unless a different time frame is specified in the regulations identified below that apply to the type of decision being challenged. When required by law or constitutional right, brief adjudicative proceedings shall be used in all matters of appeal related to:
(1) Residency determinations made pursuant to RCW 28B.15.013 and chapter 250-18 WAC;
(2) Challenges to contents of education records, review of the denial to inspect such records, or challenges to the disclosure of such records. In addition to the rules identified below, these challenges are governed by chapter 172-191 WAC;
(3) Student conduct proceedings, if the potential sanction for the alleged misconduct does not include suspension, expulsion, or an allegation of felony-level sexual misconduct. In addition to the rules identified below, these proceedings are governed by chapter 172-121 WAC;
(4) Outstanding debts owed by students or employees, pursuant to chapters 172-124 and 172-144 WAC;
(5) Traffic and parking violations and revocations of any parking permit pursuant to chapter 172-100 WAC;
(6) Student academic integrity proceedings, if the potential sanction for the alleged misconduct does not include suspension or expulsion. In addition to the rules identified in this section, these proceedings are governed by chapter 172-90 WAC;
(7) Library fines and charges;
(8) Reduction, cancellation, or nonrenewal of institutional financial aid when based in any degree on athletics ability per National Collegiate Athletic Association rules;
(9) Administrative decisions regarding mandatory tuition and/or fee waivers;
(10) Intellectual property ownership determinations in accordance with EWU Policy 302-04;
(11) Ethics in research violations in accordance with EWU Policy 302-05;
(12) Matters subject to review by the academic appeals board in accordance with EWU Policy 303-21;
(13) Matters subject to review regarding graduate students in accordance with EWU Policy 303-22;
(14) Citations issued by university police regarding the use of golf carts and utility vehicles, in accordance with EWU Policy 603-06;
(15) Fines imposed for impermissible use of tobacco, electronic cigarettes, and related products in accordance with WAC 172-122-310;
(16) Financial aid appeals as provided for by federal law and in accordance with EWU policies for satisfactory academic progress for undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate students;
(17) Denial of work study or termination from a work study position when required by federal law;
(18) Notice against trespass issued per WAC 172-122-200;
(19) Denial of request to waive undergraduate housing requirement under chapter 172-130 WAC;
(20) Fines assessed under a university housing agreement; and
(21) Penalties imposed for violations of pet control regulations in accordance with chapter 172-115 WAC.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12). WSR 17-11-051, § 172-108-050, filed 5/15/17, effective 6/15/17; WSR 14-24-038, § 172-108-050, filed 11/24/14, effective 12/25/14; WSR 92-09-100, § 172-108-050, filed 4/20/92, effective 5/21/92.]
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