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Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) provides the college with a written record of guidelines, rules and policies adopted by the Board of Trustees. If you have questions about any of these policies, please contact Enrollment Services during regular business hours.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology students may request two days of excused absences per academic year for reasons of faith or conscience or for organized activities conducted under the auspices of a religious denomination, church, or religious organization.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology is a state supported public institution. Washington State Law (RCW 28B.10.695) requires colleges to adopt policies to help ensure students seeking degrees and certificates complete these programs in a timely manner and efficiently use state resources.
The Carl D. Perkins Vocational–Technical Education Act Amendments of 1998 was signed into law on October 31, 1998. This legislation restructures and reforms programs previously authorized by the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act.
The Course Disclaimer provides general guideline of courses and other information offered by the Lake Washington Institute of Technology. The classes and programs described herein are implemented at the sole discretion of the College and are subject to change at any time without notice.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology values equality of opportunity, human dignity, racial, cultural and ethnic diversity both as an educational institution and as an employer.
The purpose of the grade appeal is to recognize faculty authority in the grading process while protecting students from possibly erroneous, prejudiced, arbitrary, or capricious academic evaluation.
The LLC values, respects, and celebrates a diverse community of LWTech students, staff, and faculty. We offer collections, resources, and services which encourage exploration and discovery in order to prepare lifelong learners for today’s careers and tomorrow’s opportunities.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology's total liability for claims arising from a contractual relationship with the student in any way related to classes or programs shall be limited to the tuition and expenses paid by the student to the college for those classes or programs.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology Policies and Procedures as well as bargaining agreements with unions/groups on campus.
Students who officially withdraw from classes within the refund period will be eligible for refunds according to the refund schedule. Students must complete an Add/Drop form and turn it in to Enrollment Services in person to officially withdraw from classes. Students will not be eligible for refunds due to non-attendance or if they are suspended or terminated for misconduct.
Every effort is made by Lake Washington Institute of Technology to maintain a safe and secure environment. This can occur if everyone makes safety a priority and takes his or her share of the responsibility for security for himself or herself and others on campus by reporting crimes and potential problems. The Campus Public Safety department is here to help.
Like any other institution that has its own special purposes, the college must maintain conditions conducive to the effective performance of its functions. Consequently, the college has special expectations regarding the conduct of the participants in the college community.
In accordance with federal regulations, Lake Washington Institute of Technology reports completion and graduation rates for a select group of students who entered the college in fall 1998. The study identifies the percentages who had completed their programs or transferred by spring, 2001.
This statement addresses collection, use, security of, and access to information that may be obtained through use of LWTech's website. This policy covers the information collected and how it is used, personal information and choice, public access to information, nondisclosure of certain personal information, security disclaimer, contact information.
Enacted by the Washington State Legislature in 1982 and significantly amended by Chapter 361 Laws of 1999, provides an avenue for state employees to report suspected improper governmental activity.