The colocated campus of the University of Washington, Bothell,
and Cascadia Community College operates joint facilities that
provide benefits to each educational institution. The purpose
of this chapter is to define the facilities jointly operated
by the institutions and to ensure that these joint facilities
are reserved primarily for activities related to the educational
missions of the institutions. Further, the joint facilities
may be used for a variety of activities, providing the primary
function the facility or space was intended to serve is not
compromised. Reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions
may be placed on the use of joint facilities.
The rules set forth in this chapter have been jointly developed and agreed upon by the two institutions of higher education, and adopted and codified in separate chapters of the Washington Administrative Code by each of the institutions. Rules for the use of dedicated facilities of the University of Washington, Bothell, and Cascadia Community College are governed by chapter 478-136 WAC and chapter 132Z-140 WAC, respectively.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.20.130. 06-13-022, § 478-137-010, filed 6/13/06, effective 8/1/06.]