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Office of Student Conduct/
Student Rights & Responsibilities


  • Student Conduct Code WAC 132I-125: a legal document that describes college expectations and outlines the process for resolving disciplinary matters and Code violations.
    (See the complete code online or download a pdf of the Code here)
  • Student Conduct Code Violations: Student conduct code violation list and brief desciriptions
  • Student Conduct Disciplinary Sanctions & Terms and Conditions: Click here
  • Student Assessment & Information Team (SAIT):  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 SAIT.  SAIT includes members from Student Conduct, Counselling Center, Public Safety, and faculty representatives.  (For more information, see the SAIT website.)
  • Student Rights & Responsibilities:  Highline students have guaranteed rights within the limitations of statutory law and college policy as deemed necessary to achieve the educational goals of the college.  Know your rights! Click here.
  • FERPA - Students at Highline College have certain rights regarding their educational records  (See details.)

View a flowchart of the Student Conduct Process here.


  • To report a student conduct violation to the Office of Student Conduct, or to report to SAIT, click here.

  • To report academic misconduct to the Office of Student Conduct, click here

For questions pertaining to the Student Conduct Code or how to complete and file a report, please contact the Office of Student Conduct at or (206) 592-3949.  

Other complaints

The following are NOT handled through the Student Conduct Office.
  • Faculty Complaint/Instructional Grievance Process - 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