Community and technical colleges must provide information to students, prospective students, parents and the general public on:
Campus and student directory information must be made available to military recruiting representatives providing students information on educational and career opportunities if the college provides the same access to other persons or groups (see RCW 28B.10.360).
|Passage of SB 5712 (2013)
|| Added requirement for colleges to post course placement information online and in admissions materials.
| Passage of SHB 2352 (2012)
|| Added requirement to post service and activity fee expenditure information on college websites.
| Passage of SHB 6121 (2012)
|| Added requirement to provide financial aid counseling curriculum.
|Passage of HB 2254 (2012) & ESHB 1131 (2007)
|| Added requirement identifying former foster care youth and helping them gain postsecondary education and student aid.
| Passage of SHB 2259 (2012)
|| State requirement for reporting crime statistics repealed. Federal Clery Act requires campus security reporting.
| Passage of E2SHB 1795 (2011)
|| Added requirement for colleges to post lists of transferable college-level courses.
| Passage of E2SHB 1808 (2011)
|| Added requirement to post AP & IB scores on college websites,
| Passage of SSB 5270 (2009)
|| Added requirement for colleges to post link to Secretary of State’s voter registration website.
| Passage of E2SHB 2021 (2009)
|| Added disclosure requirements for college tuition billing statements and requirement for state financial aid programs must use the “Opportunity Pathway” label on all communications.
| Passage of HB 2233 (2006)
||Added requirement identifying veterans and helping them gain information on assistance available.
|SBCTC Resolution 02-09-16
||Board approved Policy Manual
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