Students are subject to review and possible dismissal for any of the following:

  1. 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.)
  2. Academic cheating, lying, or plagiarism.
  3. 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.*
  4. 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.
  5. Failure to meet the Essential Skills, Values and Standards of Professional Conduct for Admission to and Continuance in the School of Social Work