Office of Student Conduct
Highline is in the process of revising our
Washington Administrative Code (WAC) pertaining to student conduct. Student rights will be
separated from the Student Conduct Code and will be published as
an internal document, as student rights are not subject to the
Washington Administrative Code. The Student Conduct Code
is being expanded to include sections pertaining to marijuana
use, cyber-misconduct, and disciplinary processes specific to
sexual misconduct. A new appeal process, Brief
Adjudicative Proceedings (BAP), is also being initiated.
A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 26th at 1:00
p.m. in building 2 if you would like to hear an overview of
changes and make comments. Comments will also be received
via email to
To view a draft of the
proposed Student Conduct Code, click
- Student Rights & Responsibilities (SR&R) Code WAC
132I-120: a legal document that describes college
expectations, students' rights, and outlines the process for
resolving disciplinary matters and Code violations.
(See the complete code online)
- Student Conduct: administered by the
Associate Dean for Counseling & Student Conduct. Administrators adjudicate
complaints against Highline students when the
allegations involve a violation of the Student Conduce Code.
- Behavioral Assessment Team (BAT): creates action plans for individuals who display disturbing or potentially threatening behavior and offers suggestions on how to manage the behavior or student crisis. Any campus community member may refer an individual to the BAT. BAT includes members from Student Conduct, Counselling Center, Public Safety, and faculty representatives. (For more information, see the BAT website.)
- FERPA - Students at Highline College have certain rights regarding their educational records
View a flowchart of the Student Conduct Process here.
Filing a student conduct violation report
- Conduct Incident Report ~ Word PDF
- Report of Academic Dishonesty ~ Word PDF
- Behavioral Assessment Incident Report ~ Word PDF
For questions pertaining to the Student Conduct Code or how to complete and file a report, please contact the Student Conduct office at email@example.com or (206) 592-3077 or (206) 592-3351.
Filing non- SR&R complaintsThe following are NOT handled through the Student Conduct Office.
- Faculty Complaint Process (PDF) - pertaining to grades, curriculum content or teaching style
- Title IX - pertaining to civil rights and sexual harassment - investigation conducted by the Highline Title IX Officer, who reports findings to the student conduct office for appropriate action
- Accreditation ~ accreditation statements and accreditor contact information