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Chapter 28B.30 RCW
Washington state university


Notes:
Acquisition of property, powers: RCW 28B.10.020.
Admission requirements: RCW 28B.10.050.

Agricultural college grant: RCW 43.79.120.

Agricultural extension work: RCW 36.50.010.

Athletic printing and concessions, bids required: RCW 28B.10.640.

Bond issue for projects: RCW 43.83.090 through 43.83.104.

Bond issue of 1977 for the refunding of outstanding limited obligation revenue bonds of institutions of higher education: Chapter 28B.14C RCW.

Bond issues for buildings and facilities: RCW 28B.10.300 through 28B.10.330.

Branch campuses
Southwest Washington area: RCW 28B.45.040.
Spokane area: RCW 28B.45.050.
Tri-Cities area: RCW 28B.45.030.

British Columbia -- Tuition and fees -- Reciprocity with Washington: RCW 28B.15.756 and 28B.15.758.

Buildings and facilities
borrowing money for: RCW 28B.10.300(4).
no state liability: RCW 28B.10.330.
rate of interest: RCW 28B.10.325.
contracts for construction and installation: RCW 28B.10.300(1).
contracts to pay as rentals the costs of acquiring: 28B.10.300 (5).
lease of campus lands for: RCW 28B.10.300(3).
purchase or lease of land for: RCW 28B.10.300(2).
use of acquired: RCW 28B.10.305.

Commercial activities by institutions of higher education -- Development of policies governing: Chapter 28B.63 RCW.

County hospitals, contracts with state universities relating to medical services, teaching and research: RCW 36.62.290.

Courses, studies, and instruction
education courses approved by state board of education: RCW 28A.305.130(1).
graduate work: RCW 28B.10.120.
home economics extension work: RCW 36.50.010.
major courses common to Washington State University and University of Washington: RCW 28B.10.115.
physical education: RCW 28B.10.700.
studies on alternate agricultural practices to open burning of grasses grown for seed -- Report: RCW 70.94.656.

Development of methods and protocols for measuring educational costs -- Schedule of educational cost study reports: RCW 28B.76.310.

Eminent domain by: RCW 28B.10.020.

Entrance requirements: RCW 28B.10.050.

Eye protection, public educational institutions: RCW 70.100.010 through 70.100.040.

Faculty members and employees
annuity and retirement plans: RCW 28B.10.400 through 28B.10.423.
insurance: RCW 28B.10.660.
leaves of absence: RCW 28B.10.560.

Flag, display: RCW 28B.10.030.

Funds
agricultural permanent fund
created: RCW 43.79.130.
investment in regents' revenue bonds: RCW 43.84.140.
source: RCW 43.79.130.
Clarke-McNary fund, receipt and disbursement of authorized: RCW 43.30.360.
cooperative farm forestry fund, receipt and disbursement of authorized: RCW 43.30.370.
scientific permanent fund
created: RCW 43.79.110.
investment in regents' revenue bonds: RCW 43.84.140.
Washington State University fund, sources: RCW 43.79.140.

Governing body of recognized student association at college or university, open public meetings act applicable to: RCW 42.30.200.

Home economics extension work: RCW 36.50.010.

Idaho -- Tuition and fees -- Reciprocity with Washington: RCW 28B.15.750 through 28B.15.754.

Insurance for officers, employees and students: RCW 28B.10.660.

Liquor revolving fund, alcoholism and drug abuse research, use for: RCW 66.08.180.

1977 Washington State University buildings and facilities financing act: Chapter 28B.31 RCW.

Oregon -- Tuition and fees -- Reciprocity with Washington: RCW 28B.15.730 through 28B.15.736.

Parking facilities: RCW 28B.10.300.

Pest districts, general supervision over: RCW 17.12.060.

Police force: RCW 28B.10.550 through 28B.10.567.

Real property
acquisition of authorized: RCW 28B.10.020.
share crop leasing authorized: RCW 79.13.320.
state lands, included in definition: RCW 79.02.010.

Scientific school grant: RCW 43.79.100.

Stadium approach highway authorized
acquisition of property for: RCW 47.20.600.
condemnation for: RCW 47.20.610.
measure of damage to buildings: RCW 47.20.620.
sale of buildings and personalty acquired in acquisition of land: RCW 47.20.630.
use declared public use: RCW 47.20.605.

State building authority, projects approved: Chapter 43.75 RCW.

State College of Washington building account, name changed to Washington State University building account: RCW 43.79.335.

Students
insurance: RCW 28B.10.660.
loan fund for national defense education act: RCW 28B.10.280.

Teachers
training courses: RCW 28B.10.140.
use of district schools for training: RCW 28B.10.600 through 28B.10.605.

Traffic regulations, penalty for violations: RCW 28B.10.560.




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28B.30.010
Designation.
The state university located and established in Pullman, Whitman county, shall be designated Washington State University.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.010. Prior: 1959 c 77 1; 1905 c 53 1; 1891 c 145 1; RRS 4567. Formerly RCW 28.80.010.]




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28B.30.015
Purpose.
The aim and the purpose of Washington State University shall be to provide a higher education in such fields as may be established therein from time to time by the board of regents or by law, including instruction in agriculture or other industrial pursuits, mechanical arts and the natural sciences.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.015. Prior: 1909 c 97 p 243 1, part; RRS 4568, part; prior: 1897 c 118 190, part; 1891 c 145 1, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.015; 28.76.040, part and 28.76.050, part.]




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28B.30.050
Collaboration with Eastern Washington University and local community colleges.
Washington State University and Eastern Washington University shall collaborate with one another and with local community colleges in providing educational pathways and programs to the citizens of the Spokane area.


[2004 c 57 3; 1991 c 205 11; 1989 1st ex.s. c 7 6. Formerly RCW 28B.45.050.]




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28B.30.054
Credits Statewide transfer policy and agreement Establishment.
See RCW 28B.76.240 and 28B.76.2401.






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28B.30.055
"Major line" defined.
See RCW 28B.10.100.






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28B.30.057
Major lines common to University of Washington and Washington State University.
See RCW 28B.10.115.






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28B.30.060
Courses exclusive to Washington State University.
The courses of instruction of Washington State University shall embrace as exclusive major lines, agriculture in all its branches and subdivisions, veterinary medicine, and economic science in its application to agriculture and rural life.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.060. Prior: 1917 c 10 3; RRS 4534. Formerly RCW 28.80.025; 28.76.070, part.]




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28B.30.065
Exclusive instruction in agriculture.
Work and instruction in agriculture in all its branches and subdivisions shall be offered and taught in Washington State University exclusively.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.065. Prior: 1917 c 10 6; RRS 4537. Formerly RCW 28.80.026; 28.76.070, part.]




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28B.30.067
Wine grape industry, instruction relating to Purpose.
Marked increases in state and national consumption make it evident that our developing wine grape industry has a bright future. To help assure its success the legislature concludes that Washington State University should provide a sound research, extension, and resident instruction base for both wine grape production and the processing aspects of the wine industry.


[1981 1st ex.s. c 5 5.]

Notes: Severability -- Effective date -- 1981 1st ex.s. c 5: See RCW 66.98.090 and 66.98.100.

Liquor revolving fund -- Distribution -- Reserve for administration -- Disbursement to universities and department of social and health services: RCW 66.08.180.






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28B.30.068
Wine grape industry, instruction relating to Administration.
Revenues received from RCW 66.08.180 for wine and wine grape research, extension programs related to wine and wine grape research, and resident instruction in both wine grape production and the processing aspects of the wine industry by Washington State University shall be administered by the College of Agriculture. When formulating or changing plans for programs and research, the College of Agriculture shall confer with representatives of the Washington Wine Society.


[1981 1st ex.s. c 5 7.]

Notes: Severability -- Effective date -- 1981 1st ex.s. c 5: See RCW 66.98.090 and 66.98.100.

Liquor revolving fund -- Distribution -- Reserve for administration -- Disbursement to universities and department of social and health services: RCW 66.08.180.






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28B.30.075
University fees.
See chapter 28B.15 RCW.






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28B.30.095
Management.
The management of Washington State University and its experiment stations, the care and preservation of all property of which the institution shall become possessed, the erection and construction of all buildings necessary for the use of said university and stations, and the disbursement and expenditure of all money provided for said university, shall be vested in the board of regents, constituted as provided in RCW 28B.30.100; said regents and their successors in office shall have the right to cause all things to be done necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter or as otherwise provided by law.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.095. Prior: 1949 c 115 1, part; 1909 c 97 p 245 5, part; Rem. Supp. 1949 4576, part; prior: 1897 c 118 194, part; 1891 c 145 4, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.070, part, 28.80.080, part and 28.80.130, part.]




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28B.30.100
Regents Appointment Terms Vacancies Quorum Bond.
(1) The governance of Washington State University shall be vested in a board of regents to consist of ten members one of whom shall be a student. The governor shall select the student member from a list of candidates, of at least three and not more than five, submitted by the governing body of the associated students. They shall be appointed by the governor, by and with the consent of the senate and, except for the student member, shall hold their offices for a term of six years from the first day of October and until their successors are appointed and qualified. The student member shall hold his or her office for a term of one year from the first day of June until his or her successor is appointed and qualified. The student member shall be a full-time student in good standing at the university at the time of appointment.

(2) Six members of said board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. In the case of a vacancy or when an appointment is made after the date of the expiration of a term, the governor shall fill the vacancy for the remainder of the term of the regent whose office has become vacant or expired.

(3) Except for the term of the student member, no more than the terms of two members will expire simultaneously on the last day of September in any one year.

(4) Each regent shall, before entering upon the discharge of his respective duties as such, execute a good and sufficient bond to the state of Washington, with two or more sufficient sureties, residents of the state, or with a surety company licensed to do business within the state, in the penal sum of not less than five thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties as such regent: PROVIDED, That the university shall pay any fees incurred for any such bonds for their board members.

(5) A student appointed under this section shall excuse himself or herself from participation or voting on matters relating to the hiring, discipline, or tenure of faculty members and personnel.


[1998 c 95 2; 1985 c 61 2; 1979 ex.s. c 103 3; 1973 c 62 10; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.100. Prior: 1949 c 115 1, part; 1909 c 97 p 245 5, part; Rem. Supp. 1949 4576, part; prior: 1897 c 118 194, part; 1891 c 145 4, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.070, part, 28.80.080, part and 28.80.130, part.]

Notes: Present terms not affected -- Severability -- 1979 ex.s. c 103: See notes following RCW 28B.20.100.

Savings -- Severability -- 1973 c 62: See notes following RCW 28B.10.510.







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28B.30.115
Regents Oaths.
See RCW 28B.10.520.






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28B.30.116
Regents Expenses.
See RCW 28B.10.525.






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28B.30.117
Regents Attorney general as advisor.
See RCW 28B.10.510.






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28B.30.120
Regents Meetings Vacancy not to affect rights of remaining members.
Meetings of the board of regents may be called in such manner as the board may prescribe, and a full meeting of the board shall be called at least once a year. No vacancy in said board shall impair the rights of the remaining members of the board.


[1979 ex.s. c 103 6; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.120. Prior: 1909 c 97 p 248 12; RRS 4592; prior: 1897 c 118 201; 1891 c 145 12. Formerly RCW 28.80.100.]

Notes: Present terms not affected -- Severability -- 1979 ex.s. c 103: See notes following RCW 28B.20.100.






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28B.30.125
Regents Board organization President President's duties Bylaws, laws.
The board of regents shall meet and organize by the election of a president from their own number on or as soon as practicable after the first Wednesday in April of each year.

The board president shall be the chief executive officer of the board and shall preside at all meetings thereof, except that in his absence the board may appoint a chairman pro tempore. The board president shall sign all instruments required to be executed by said board other than those for the disbursement of funds.

The board may adopt bylaws for its own organizational purposes and enact laws for the government of the university and its properties.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.125. Prior: (i) 1955 c 346 1, part; 1909 c 97 p 246 6, part; RRS 4577, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.110, part. (ii) 1909 c 97 p 247 7, part; RRS 4578, part; prior: 1897 c 118 196, part; 1891 c 145 7, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.120, part. (iii) 1909 c 97 p 249 16, part; RRS 4596, part; prior: 1897 c 118 205, part; 1891 c 145 19, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.160, part.]




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28B.30.130
Regents Treasurer of board Bond Disbursement of funds by.
The board of regents shall appoint a treasurer who shall be the financial officer of the board and who shall hold office during the pleasure of the board. The treasurer shall render a true and faithful account of all moneys received and paid out by him, and shall give bond for the faithful performance of the duties of his office in such amount as the regents require: PROVIDED, That the university shall pay the fee for such bond.

The treasurer shall make disbursements of the funds in his hands on the order of the board, which order shall be countersigned by the secretary of the board, and shall state on what account the disbursement is made.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.130. Prior: (i) 1955 c 346 1, part; 1909 c 97 p 246 6, part; RRS 4577, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.110, part. (ii) 1909 c 97 p 246 7, part; RRS 4578, part; prior: 1897 c 118 196, part; 1891 c 145 7, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.120, part. (iii) 1909 c 97 p 249 16, part; RRS 4596, part; prior: 1897 c 118 205, part; 1891 c 145 19, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.160, part.]




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28B.30.135
Regents University president as secretary of board Duties Bond.
The president of the university shall be secretary of the board of regents but he shall not have the right to vote; as such he shall be the recording officer of said board, shall attest all instruments required to be signed by the board president, shall keep a true record of all the proceedings of the board, and shall perform all the duties pertaining to the office and do all other things required of him by the board. The secretary shall give a bond in the penal sum of not less than five thousand dollars conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties as such officer: PROVIDED, That the university shall pay the fee for such bond.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.135. Prior: (i) 1955 c 346 1, part; 1909 c 97 p 246 6, part; RRS 4577, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.110, part. (ii) 1909 c 97 p 247 7, part; RRS 4578, part; prior: 1897 c 118 196, part; 1891 c 145 7, part. Formerly RCW 28.80.120, part.]




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28B.30.140
Regents Employees, board members, to have no interest in contracts.
No employee or member of the university board of regents shall be interested pecuniarily, either directly or indirectly, in any contract for any building or improvement at said university, or for the furnishing of supplies for the same.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.140. Prior: 1909 c 97 p 249 17; RRS 4597; prior: 1897 c 118 206; 1891 c 145 21. Formerly RCW 28.80.170.]

Notes:Code of ethics, interest in contract, public officers and employees: Chapters 42.23, 42.52 RCW.





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28B.30.150
Regents General powers and duties.
The regents of Washington State University, in addition to other duties prescribed by law, shall:

(1) Have full control of the university and its property of various kinds, except as otherwise provided by law.

(2) Employ the president of the university, his or her assistants, members of the faculty, and employees of the university, who, except as otherwise provided by law, shall hold their positions during the pleasure of said board of regents.

(3) Establish entrance requirements for students seeking admission to the university which meet or exceed the standards specified under RCW 28B.76.290(2). Completion of examinations satisfactory to the university may be a prerequisite for entrance by any applicant, at the university's discretion. Evidence of completion of public high schools and other educational institutions whose courses of study meet the approval of the university may be acceptable for entrance.

(4) Establish such colleges, schools, or departments necessary to carry out the purpose of the university and not otherwise proscribed by law.

(5) Subject to the approval of the higher education coordinating board pursuant to RCW 28B.76.230, offer new degree programs, offer off-campus programs, participate in consortia or centers, contract for off-campus educational programs, and purchase or lease major off-campus facilities.

(6) With the assistance of the faculty of the university, prescribe the courses of instruction in the various colleges, schools, and departments of the institution and publish the necessary catalogues thereof.

(7) Collect such information as the board deems desirable as to the schemes of technical instruction adopted in other parts of the United States and foreign countries.

(8) Provide for holding agricultural institutes including farm marketing forums.

(9) Provide that instruction given in the university, as far as practicable, be conveyed by means of laboratory work and provide in connection with the university one or more physical, chemical, and biological laboratories, and suitably furnish and equip the same.

(10) Provide training in military tactics for those students electing to participate therein.

(11) Establish a department of elementary science and in connection therewith provide instruction in elementary mathematics, including elementary trigonometry, elementary mechanics, elementary and mechanical drawing, and land surveying.

(12) Establish a department of agriculture and in connection therewith provide instruction in physics with special application of its principles to agriculture, chemistry with special application of its principles to agriculture, morphology and physiology of plants with special reference to common grown crops and fungus enemies, morphology and physiology of the lower forms of animal life, with special reference to insect pests, morphology and physiology of the higher forms of animal life and in particular of the horse, cow, sheep, and swine, agriculture with special reference to the breeding and feeding of livestock and the best mode of cultivation of farm produce, and mining and metallurgy, appointing demonstrators in each of these subjects to superintend the equipment of a laboratory and to give practical instruction therein.

(13) Establish agricultural experiment stations in connection with the department of agriculture, including at least one in the western portion of the state, and appoint the officers and prescribe regulations for their management.

(14) Grant to students such certificates or degrees, as recommended for such students by the faculty.

(15) Confer honorary degrees upon persons other than graduates of the university in recognition of their learning or devotion to literature, art, or science when recommended thereto by the faculty: PROVIDED, That no degree shall ever be conferred in consideration of the payment of money or the giving of property of whatsoever kind.

(16) Adopt plans and specifications for university buildings and facilities or improvements thereto and employ skilled architects and engineers to prepare such plans and specifications and supervise the construction of buildings or facilities which the board is authorized to erect, and fix the compensation for such services. The board shall enter into contracts with one or more contractors for such suitable buildings, facilities, or improvements as the available funds will warrant, upon the most advantageous terms offered at a public competitive letting, pursuant to public notice under rules established by the board. The board shall require of all persons with whom they contract for construction and improvements a good and sufficient bond for the faithful performance of the work and full protection against all liens.

(17) Except as otherwise provided by law, direct the disposition of all money appropriated to or belonging to the state university.

(18) Receive and expend the money appropriated under the act of congress approved May 8, 1914, entitled "An Act to provide for cooperative agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several States receiving the benefits of the Act of Congress approved July 2, 1862, and Acts supplemental thereto and the United States Department of Agriculture" and organize and conduct agricultural extension work in connection with the state university in accordance with the terms and conditions expressed in the acts of congress.

(19) Except as otherwise provided by law, to enter into such contracts as the regents deem essential to university purposes.

(20) Acquire by lease, gift, or otherwise, lands necessary to further the work of the university or for experimental or demonstrational purposes.

(21) Establish and maintain at least one agricultural experiment station in an irrigation district to conduct investigational work upon the principles and practices of irrigational agriculture including the utilization of water and its relation to soil types, crops, climatic conditions, ditch and drain construction, fertility investigations, plant disease, insect pests, marketing, farm management, utilization of fruit byproducts, and general development of agriculture under irrigation conditions.

(22) Supervise and control the agricultural experiment station at Puyallup.

(23) Establish and maintain at Wenatchee an agricultural experiment substation for the purpose of conducting investigational work upon the principles and practices of orchard culture, spraying, fertilization, pollenization, new fruit varieties, fruit diseases and pests, byproducts, marketing, management, and general horticultural problems.

(24) Accept such gifts, grants, conveyances, devises, and bequests, whether real or personal property, in trust or otherwise, for the use or benefit of the university, its colleges, schools, or departments; and sell, lease or exchange, invest or expend the same or the proceeds, rents, profits, and income thereof except as limited by the terms of said gifts, grants, conveyances, bequests, and devises; and adopt proper rules to govern and protect the receipt and expenditure of the proceeds of all fees, and the proceeds, rents, profits, and income of all gifts, grants, conveyances, bequests, and devises.

(25) Construct when the board so determines a new foundry and a mining, physical, technological building, and fabrication shop at the university, or add to the present foundry and other buildings, in order that both instruction and research be expanded to include permanent molding and die casting with a section for new fabricating techniques, especially for light metals, including magnesium and aluminum; purchase equipment for the shops and laboratories in mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering; establish a pilot plant for the extraction of alumina from native clays and other possible light metal research; purchase equipment for a research laboratory for technological research generally; and purchase equipment for research in electronics, instrumentation, energy sources, plastics, food technology, mechanics of materials, hydraulics, and similar fields.

(26) Make and transmit to the governor and members of the legislature upon request such reports as will be helpful in providing for the institution.


[2004 c 275 53; 1998 c 245 19; 1985 c 370 93; 1977 c 75 21; 1973 1st ex.s. c 154 47; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.150. Prior: (a) 1953 c 101 1, amending (i) 1909 c 97 p 244 4; 1897 c 118 193; 1890 p 263 8; RRS 4575. (ii) 1949 c 115 1, part; 1909 c 97 p 245 5, part; 1897 c 118 194; 1891 c 145 4; Rem. Supp. 1949 4576, part. (iii) 1909 c 97 p 249 19; 1897 c 118 208; 1895 c 146 1; RRS 4599. (iv) 1909 c 97 p 247 8; 1897 c 118 197; 1891 c 145 8; RRS 4579. (v) 1909 c 97 p 247 9; 1897 c 118 198; 1891 c 145 9; RRS 4580. (vi) 1915 c 125 1; RRS 4583. (vii) 1909 c 97 p 250 20; 1897 c 118 209; 1891 c 145 17; RRS 4600. (viii) 1909 c 97 p 250 21; 1897 c 118 210; 1891 c 145 18; RRS 4601. (ix) 1909 c 228 1; RRS 4588. (x) 1917 c 101 1; RRS 4589. (xi) 1917 c 101 2; RRS 4590. (xii) 1909 c 97 p 249 15; 1897 c 118 204; 1891 c 145 16; RRS 4595. (xiii) 1909 c 97 p 244 3, part; 1897 c 118 192; 1891 c 145 3; RRS 4574, part. (xiv) 1899 c 107 1; RRS 4603. (xv) 1899 c 82 1; RRS 4587. (xvi) 1937 c 25 1; RRS 4579-1. (xvii) 1937 c 25 2; RRS 4579-2. Formerly RCW 28.80.130. (b) 1961 c 25 1. Formerly RCW 28.80.135.]

Notes: Part headings not law -- 2004 c 275: See note following RCW 28B.76.030.

Severability -- 1973 1st ex.s. c 154: See note following RCW 2.12.030.







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28B.30.200
Morrill act funds allotted to university.
All funds granted by the United States government under the Morrill act, passed by congress and approved July 2, 1892 [1862], together with all acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto, for the support and in aid of colleges of agriculture and mechanic arts, as well as experiment stations and farms and extension work in agriculture and home economics in connection with colleges of agriculture and mechanic arts are hereby allotted to Washington State University.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.200. Prior: 1917 c 11 2; RRS 4584. Formerly RCW 28.80.180.]




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28B.30.210
Acceptance of federal aid 1907 c 198 Assent.
The state of Washington hereby assents to the purposes, terms, provisions and conditions of the grant of money provided in an act of congress approved March 16, 1906, said act being entitled "An Act to provide for an increased annual appropriation for agricultural experiment stations and regulating the expenditure thereof," and having for its purpose the more complete endowment and maintenance of agricultural experiment stations theretofore or thereafter established under an act of congress approved March 2, 1887.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.210. Prior: 1907 c 198 1; RRS 4585. Formerly RCW 28.80.190.]




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28B.30.215
Acceptance of certain federal aid.
Said annual sum appropriated and granted to the state of Washington in pursuance of said act of congress approved March 16, 1906, shall be paid as therein provided to the treasurer or other officer duly appointed by the board of regents of Washington State University at Pullman, Washington; and the board of regents of such university are hereby required to report thereon as the secretary of agriculture may prescribe.


[1977 c 75 22; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.215. Prior: 1907 c 198 2; RRS 4586. Formerly RCW 28.80.200.]




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28B.30.220
Acceptance of federal aid 1925 ex.s. c 182.
The assent of the legislature of the state of Washington to the provisions of the act of congress approved February 24, 1925, entitled "An Act to authorize the more complete endowment of agricultural experiment stations and for other purposes," is hereby given.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.220. Prior: 1925 ex.s. c 182 1. Formerly RCW 28.80.205; 28.80.190, part.]




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28B.30.250
University designated as recipient of all federal aid to agricultural experiment stations.
The agricultural experiment stations in connection with Washington State University shall be under the direction of said board of regents of said university for the purpose of conducting experiments in agriculture according to the terms of section one of an act of congress approved March 2, 1887, and entitled "An Act to establish agricultural experiment stations in connection with the colleges established in the several states, under the provisions of an act approved July 2, 1862, and of the acts supplementary thereto." The said university and experiment stations shall be entitled to receive all the benefits and donations made and given to similar institutions of learning in other states and territories of the United States by the legislation of the congress of the United States now in force, or that may be enacted, and particularly to the benefits and donations given by the provisions of an act of congress entitled "An Act donating public lands to the several states and territories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agricultural and mechanic arts," approved July 2, 1862, and all acts supplementary thereto, including the acts entitled "An Act to establish agricultural experiment stations in connection with colleges established in the several states under the provisions of an act approved July 2, 1862, and of the acts supplementary thereto," which said last entitled act was approved March 2, 1887; also, "An Act to apply a portion of the proceeds of the public lands to the more complete endowment and support of the colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts, established under the provisions of an act of congress approved July 2, 1862," which said last mentioned act was approved August 30, 1890.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.250. Prior: 1909 c 97 p 247 10; RRS 4581; prior: 1897 c 118 199; 1891 c 145 10. Formerly RCW 28.80.210.]




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28B.30.255
University designated as recipient of all federal aid to agricultural experiment stations Assent to congressional grants to university.
The assent of the legislature of the state of Washington is hereby given, in pursuance of the requirements of section nine of said act of congress, approved March 2, 1887, to the granting of money therein made to the establishment of experiment stations in accordance with section one of said last mentioned act, and assent is hereby given to carry out, within the state of Washington, every provision of said act.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.255. Prior: 1909 c 97 p 248 11; RRS 4582; prior: 1897 c 118 200; 1891 c 145 11. Formerly RCW 28.80.220.]




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28B.30.270
State treasurer receiving agent of certain federal aid Acts enumerated.
The state treasurer is designated as agent of the state of Washington to receive all federal appropriations for the land grant colleges in accordance with the following federal acts:

(1) Second Morrill act, approved August 30, 1890 (26 Stat. L. 417).

(2) Nelson amendment to the Morrill act making appropriations for the department of agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908, approved March 4, 1907 (34 Stat. L. 1281).

(3) Title II, section 22 of the Bankhead-Jones act, approved June 29, 1935 (49 Stat. L. 436).

(4) Any subsequent federal act appropriating funds to the state of Washington or to Washington State University for a similar or related purpose.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.270. Prior: 1955 c 66 1. Formerly RCW 28.80.221.]




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28B.30.275
State treasurer receiving agent of certain federal aid Morrill Fund.
Upon receipt of the federal grant pursuant to federal statutes, the treasurer shall deposit the same in a special trust fund to be designated "Morrill Fund" which is hereby created for the use of the designated land grant college in the teaching of agriculture and mechanic art.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.275. Prior: 1955 c 66 2. Formerly RCW 28.80.222.]




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28B.30.280
State treasurer receiving agent of certain federal aid Withdrawals.
The board of regents of Washington State University may authorize the treasurer or comptroller of Washington State University to withdraw such federal grants for the use of the university for the purposes of such grant and in accordance with state law.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.280. Prior: 1955 c 66 3. Formerly RCW 28.80.223.]




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28B.30.285
State treasurer receiving agent of certain federal aid Trust funds not subject to appropriation.
All federal grants received by the state treasurer pursuant to RCW 28B.30.270 shall be deemed trust funds under the control of the state treasurer and not subject to appropriation by the legislature.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.285. Prior: 1955 c 66 4. Formerly RCW 28.80.224.]




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28B.30.300
State treasurer to report annually on university assets held in trust.
It shall be the duty of the state treasurer to make a report to the board of regents of Washington State University on or as soon as practicable after the close of each fiscal year, which shall contain a complete detailed statement as to the status of any university assets held in trust by the treasurer and the annual income therefrom.


[1977 c 75 23; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.300. Prior: 1899 c 9 2; RRS 7850. Formerly RCW 28.80.230.]

Notes:College funds: RCW 43.79.100 through 43.79.140.





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28B.30.310
Department of natural resources to report annually on university trust lands transactions.
It shall be the duty of the department of natural resources to make a report to the board of regents of Washington State University on or as soon as practicable after the close of each fiscal year, which shall contain a complete detailed statement of the current status of trust land sale contracts and income for the university from trust lands managed by the department.


[1988 c 128 6; 1977 c 75 24; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.310. Prior: 1899 c 9 1; RRS 7849. Formerly RCW 28.80.240.]




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28B.30.325
Lease of lands with outdoor recreation potential Restrictions Unlawful to use posted lands.
(1) Any lease of public lands with outdoor recreation potential authorized by the regents of Washington State University shall be open and available to the public for compatible recreational use unless the regents of Washington State University determine that the leased land should be closed in order to prevent damage to crops or other land cover, to improvements on the land, to the lessee, or to the general public or is necessary to avoid undue interference with carrying forward a university program. Any lessee may file an application with the regents of Washington State University to close the leased land to any public use. The regents shall cause written notice of the impending closure to be posted in a conspicuous place in the university's business office, and in the office of the county auditor in which the land is located thirty days prior to the public hearing. This notice shall state the parcel or parcels involved and shall indicate the time and place of the public hearing. Upon a determination by the regents that posting is not necessary, the lessee shall desist from posting. Upon a determination by the regents that posting is necessary, the lessee shall post his leased premises so as to prohibit recreational uses thereon. In the event any such lands are so posted, it shall be unlawful for any person to hunt or fish, or for any person other than the lessee or his immediate family to use such posted land for recreational purposes.

(2) The regents of Washington State University may insert the provisions of subsection (1) of this section in all leases hereafter issued.


[1969 ex.s. c 46 4. Formerly RCW 28.80.246.]




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28B.30.350
Medical, health and hospital service Authorized.
The board of regents of Washington State University is hereby granted authority to enter into such contracts, leases, or agreements as may be necessary to provide adequate medical, health, and hospital service for students of Washington State University and the people of the surrounding community and to provide adequate practice facilities for students enrolled in nursing courses.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.350. Prior: 1947 c 95 1; Rem. Supp. 1947 4603-20. Formerly RCW 28.80.250.]




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28B.30.355
Medical, health and hospital service Leases, contracts and agreements.
The board of regents may lease lands, buildings, or other facilities from or to nonprofit corporations or associations, and may enter into such contracts and agreements with such units, agencies, corporations, or associations as will promote the intents and purposes of RCW 28B.30.350.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.30.355. Prior: 1947 c 95 2; Rem. Supp. 1947 4603-21. Formerly RCW 28.80.260.]




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28B.30.499
High-technology education and training.
See chapter 28B.65 RCW.






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28B.30.500
Masters and doctorate level degrees in technology authorized Review by higher education coordinating board.
The board of regents of Washington State University may offer masters level and doctorate level degrees in technology subject to review and approval by the higher education coordinating board.


[1985 c 370 83; 1983 1st ex.s. c 72 12.]

Notes: Effective date -- Short title -- 1983 1st ex.s. c 72: See RCW 28B.65.905 and 28B.65.900.






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28B.30.520
Statewide off-campus telecommunications system Authorized Purpose, education in high-technology fields Availability of facilities.
The board of regents of Washington State University is hereby authorized to establish a statewide off-campus telecommunications system to provide for graduate and continuing education in high-technology fields to citizens of the state of Washington. The statewide telecommunications system shall be administered by Washington State University with the advice of the high-technology coordinating board. Washington State University shall make the facilities of the statewide telecommunications system available to other institutions of higher education when specific program needs so require.


[1983 1st ex.s. c 72 14.]

Notes: Effective date -- Short title -- 1983 1st ex.s. c 72: See RCW 28B.65.905 and 28B.65.900.






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28B.30.530
Small business development center Services Use of funds.
(1) The board of regents of Washington State University shall establish the Washington State University small business development center.

(2) The center shall provide management and technical assistance including but not limited to training, counseling, and research services to small businesses throughout the state. The center shall work with public and private community development and economic assistance agencies and shall work towards the goal of coordinating activities with such agencies to avoid duplication of services.

(3) The administrator of the center may contract with other public or private entities for the provision of specialized services.

(4) The small business and development center may accept and disburse federal grants or federal matching funds or other funds or donations from any source when made, granted, or donated to carry out the center's purposes.


[1984 c 77 1.]




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28B.30.533
Construction of RCW 28B.30.530 Conflict with federal requirements.
If any part of RCW 28B.30.530 is found to be in conflict with federal requirements which are a prescribed condition to the allocation of federal funds to the state, the conflicting part of RCW 28B.30.530 is hereby declared to be inoperative solely to the extent of the conflict and with respect to the agencies directly affected, and such finding or determination shall not affect the operation of the remainder of RCW 28B.30.530 in its application to the agencies concerned.


[1984 c 77 2.]




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28B.30.535
International marketing program for agricultural commodities and trade (IMPACT) center created Primary functions.
There is created an international marketing program for agricultural commodities and trade (IMPACT) center at Washington State University.

In carrying out each of its responsibilities under RCW 28B.30.537, the primary functions of the center shall be: Providing practical solutions to marketing-related problems; and developing and disseminating information which is directly applicable to the marketing of agricultural commodities and goods from this state in foreign countries or to introducing the production of commodities and goods in this state for marketing in foreign countries.


[1985 c 39 1; 1984 c 57 1.]

Notes: Effective date -- 1985 c 39: "This act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety, the support of the state government and its existing public institutions, and shall take effect June 30, 1985." [1985 c 39 10.]






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28B.30.537
IMPACT center Duties.
The IMPACT center shall:

(1) Coordinate the teaching, research, and extension expertise of the college of agriculture and home economics at Washington State University to assist in:

(a) The design and development of information and strategies to expand the long-term international markets for Washington agricultural products; and

(b) The dissemination of such information and strategies to Washington exporters, overseas users, and public and private trade organizations;

(2) Research and identify current impediments to increased exports of Washington agricultural products, and determine methods of surmounting those impediments and opportunities for exporting new agricultural products and commodities to foreign markets;

(3) Prepare curricula to present and distribute information concerning international trade in agricultural commodities and products to students, exporters, international traders, and the public;

(4) Provide high-quality research and graduate education and professional nondegree training in international trade in agricultural commodities in cooperation with other existing programs;

(5) Ensure that activities of the center adequately reflect the objectives for the state's agricultural market development programs established by the department of agriculture as the lead state agency for such programs under chapter 43.23 RCW; and

(6) Link itself through cooperative agreements with the center for international trade in forest products at the University of Washington, the state department of agriculture, the department of community, trade, and economic development, Washington's agriculture businesses and associations, and other state agency data collection, processing, and dissemination efforts.


[1998 c 245 20; 1995 c 399 28. Prior: 1987 c 505 14; 1987 c 195 3; 1985 c 39 2; 1984 c 57 2.]

Notes: Effective date -- 1985 c 39: See note following RCW 28B.30.535.






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28B.30.539
IMPACT center Director.
The IMPACT center shall be administered by a director appointed by the dean of the college of agriculture and home economics of Washington State University.


[1985 c 39 3; 1984 c 57 3.]

Notes: Effective date -- 1985 c 39: See note following RCW 28B.30.535.






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28B.30.541
IMPACT center Use of research and services Fees.
The governor, the legislature, state agencies, and the public may use the IMPACT center's trade policy research and advisory services as may be needed. The IMPACT center shall establish a schedule of fees for actual services rendered.


[1985 c 39 4; 1984 c 57 6.]

Notes: Effective date -- 1985 c 39: See note following RCW 28B.30.535.






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28B.30.543
IMPACT center Contributions and support.
The IMPACT center shall aggressively solicit financial contributions and support from nonstate sources, including the agricultural industries and producer organizations and individuals, to help fund its research and education programs, and shall use previously appropriated funds of Washington State University and existing resources as much as is possible to further the center's activities.


[1985 c 39 5; 1984 c 57 7.]

Notes: Effective date -- 1985 c 39: See note following RCW 28B.30.535.






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28B.30.600
Tree fruit research center facility, financing Bonds, authorization conditional Amount Discharge.
For the purpose of funding and providing the planning, construction, furnishing and equipping, together with all improvements thereon, of an office-laboratory facility at Washington State University Tree Fruit Research Center, the state finance committee is authorized to issue general obligation bonds of the state of Washington in the sum of one million nine hundred fifty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be required, to finance the project defined in RCW 28B.30.600 through 28B.30.619 as now or hereafter amended and all costs incidental thereto, but only if the state finance committee determines that the interest on the bonds will be exempt from federal income tax. Such bonds shall be paid and discharged within thirty years of the date of issuance in accordance with Article VIII, section 1 of the state Constitution.


[1977 c 32 1; 1975 1st ex.s. c 109 1; 1974 ex.s. c 109 1.] (continued)