Application of the Conduct Code


With the University’s new Student Conduct Code in place starting Aug. 18, 2017, there will be some overlap between former versions of the code and the new code.

Students and other individuals involved in conduct proceedings are provided with specific information regarding the application of the new code or former versions of the code. Please review the information online and contact the conduct office with any questions.

Overview of Conduct Proceedings


Student conduct proceedings are designed to provide a prompt, fair and impartial process and to protect the rights of students and other individuals involved in the proceeding.

If you have questions about conduct proceedings, please contact your campus conduct office.
Bothell campus
Seattle campus
Tacoma campus

For Title IX concerns for all campuses:
Title IX Investigation Office

Following are Sections of Chapter 209 and Chapter 210 — Student Governance and Policies that provide more information about conduct proceedings.

Chapter 209 Student Governance and Policies – Student Conduct Policy for Academic Misconduct and Behavioral Misconduct


Section 6. Definitions for conduct proceedings

Section 7. Prohibited conduct

Section 8. Conduct proceedings

Section 9. Disciplinary sanctions

Section 10. Initiating conduct proceedings

Section 11. Evidence

Section 12. Brief adjudicative proceedings (and fact finding)

Section 13. Brief adjudicative proceeding administrative review

Section 14. Full adjudicative proceedings and full hearing

Section 15. Administrative review from full hearings

Section 16. Reconsideration of final orders

 

Chapter 210 Student Governance and Policies – Student Conduct Policy for Discriminatory and Sexual Harassment, Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Misconduct, Stalking and Retaliation


Section 6. Definitions for conduct proceedings

Section 7. Prohibited conduct

Section 8. Conduct proceedings

Section 9. Disciplinary sanctions

Section 10. Initiating conduct proceedings

Section 11. Evidence

Section 12. Brief adjudicative proceedings (and fact finding)

Section 13. Brief adjudicative proceeding administrative review

Section 14. Full adjudicative proceedings and full hearing

Section 15. Administrative review from full hearings

Section 16. Reconsideration of final orders

Additional Resources


Disability Resources for Students (DRS):

Email: uwbdrs@uw.edu
Phone: 425-352-5307; TDD: 425-352-5303

Safety Resources:
The University maintains a 24/7 Helpline available to report concerns of potential violence and get connected to resources:

SafeCampus
Phone: 206-685-7223

Safety information and resources for the UW Bothell community, including crime reporting to local law enforcement:

UW Bothell Campus Safety Office
Phone: 425-352-5359 (non-emergencies)

Stress Management and Mental Health:

UW Bothell Counseling Center
Phone: 425-352-3183


Equitable Rights:
Additional resources for complainants in proceedings under Chapter 210 are available on the sexual assault resources website. This includes allegations of

  • Discriminatory harassment
  • Indecent exposure
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Retaliation
  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual exploitation
  • Sexual harassment

If the respondent is alleged to have engaged in any of the following prohibited conduct, the complainant will be provided with equitable rights as a “party” in the conduct proceeding:

  • Discriminatory harassment
  • Indecent exposure
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Retaliation
  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual exploitation
  • Sexual harassment

Learn more:
Chapter 210, Section 1D


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