Glossary of Terms
Administrative Review: A request made by a respondent seeking review of an Initial Order under certain grounds.
Advisor: A person selected to provide support and guidance during the Student Conduct Process.
Attorney: A person permitted to practice law in Washington State.
Conduct Officer: An individual who has the authority to initiate conduct proceedings under the Code.
Conduct Proceedings: Refers to brief adjudicative proceedings and full adjudicative proceedings.
Fact Finding: The process of collecting information pertinent to the conduct proceeding to determine if there is a violation of the Student Conduct Code.
Full Hearing: Refers to the hearing that occurs when a matter is designated as being appropriate for a full adjudicative proceeding.
Hearing Officer: A Presiding Officer in a Full Hearing for the purpose of conducting a full adjudicative proceeding.
Initial Order: Refers to an initial written decision issued in a disciplinary matter by a Presiding Officer.
Investigative Interview: A meeting with a Conduct Officer that a respondent is highly encouraged to attend. (see next page for more info)
Presiding Officer: Refers to Conduct Officers and Hearing Officers collectively.
Respondent: A student who is alleged to have violated the Student Conduct Code.
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U.S Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights
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