Students are subject to review and possible dismissal for any of the following:
- Failure to meet or maintain academic standards as established by the University and the School of Social Work. (This is automatic and may take place without a review or further procedure.)
- Academic cheating, lying, or plagiarism.
- Behavior judged to be in violation of the NASW Code of Ethics or unprofessional conduct as specified by RCW 18.130.180 Unprofessional Conduct, Regulation of Health Professions-Uniform Disciplinary Act, Revised Code of Washington.*
- Documented evidence of conviction of a criminal act occurring during the course of study, or which occurred prior to admission to the School of Social Work and became known after admission.
- Failure to meet the Essential Skills, Values and Standards of Professional Conduct for Admission to and Continuance in the School of Social Work