Memorandum Of Understanding

Updated on: Monday, August 14, 2023

Student Rights/Responsibilities - Washington Online Virtual Campus

Students served by the Washington Online Virtual Campus will follow the policies and procedures that govern student conduct, disciplinary procedures and procedures for resolving conflicts regarding student conduct which are in place at the enrolling college. Washington Online Virtual Campus students are responsible for being familiar with the student rights and responsibilities and code of conduct of the enrolling college.

Jurisdiction and authority for discipline of students served by the Washington Online Virtual Campus will rest with the enrolling college; however, administrators and faculty of the teaching college and/or Washington Online Virtual campus staff may be included in investigations prior to final decisions regarding a discipline situation. All appeals will be handled according to the policies of the enrolling college.

Disciplinary Action

Any student violating any provision of the Rules of Student Conduct will be subject to discipline. Sexual harassment violations will follow policy and procedures located on the WVC website and are a separate process.

Student Participation in College Governance

Wenatchee Valley College recognizes the special role that students play in the development and maintenance of student programs. Students shall be represented by the recognized student governmental organization (ASWVC). New ASWVC members are elected each May for the following academic year. Please visit the student senate office for more information about elected positions and election dates. You can also find information in the ASWVC constitution and bi-laws which are posted online.

Student Right to Know

509-682-6450 (Wenatchee/Omak)
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, information concerning campus disciplinary procedures and campus crime statistics for the most recent three-year period can be found online at or can be requested from the vice president of administrative services office, Wenatchee Valley College, 1300 Fifth St, Wenatchee, WA 98801. Information concerning registered sex offenders in the Wenatchee Valley can be obtained at and the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office at or go to For information concerning all Washington counties on the Washington State Sex Offender Information Center’s website, any questions can be directed to the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office at 509-667-6841.