Dean's Office contact: Ann DePasquale

From the UW Student Conduct Code:

 Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 478-120-020

Standards of conduct.
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(2) Admission to the university carries with it the presumption that students will conduct themselves as responsible members of the academic community. As a condition of enrollment, all students assume responsibility to observe standards of conduct that will contribute to the pursuit of academic goals and to the welfare of the academic community. That responsibility includes, but is not limited to:…
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(b) Respecting the rights, privileges, and property of other members of the academic community and visitors to the campus, and refraining from any conduct that would interfere with university functions or endanger the health, welfare, or safety of other persons;

(3) Specific instances of misconduct include, but are not limited to:

(e) Refusal to comply with any lawful order to leave university premises or any portion thereof;…

 Students, like the rest of the academic community, need to be prepared to respond responsibly to emergencies. Please follow the instructions of faculty and staff regarding safety procedures and comply with all evacuation alarms (including drills). Know escape routes and assembly areas for all buildings where you live, study, recreate, work, or take classes. The Office of Emergency Management (OEM)  has material specifically for students on its website.

 If you are a student employee, be sure your employing unit gives you their New Employee Health and Safety Orientation.

NOTE **All employees should be familiar with the minimum training and orientation required of new employees.