Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGLO 1977 NO. 14 > Apr 5 1977

Legislation requiring the establishment of a program at the University of Washington Medical School giving preferential treatment to Washington residents who are attending or have attended medical schools in certain foreign countries by providing for special admission, transfer, accreditation or clinical training for such students would, if enacted, be constitutionally defensible.

AGO 1959 NO. 75 > Oct 15 1959

The Board of Regents of the University has broad discretion concerning the use to be made of facilities and property of the University.

AGO 1957 NO. 82 > Jun 13 1957

The University of Washington may not authorize and assist in presenting a religious program in which University personnel participate in meetings in the classrooms.

AGO 1960 NO. 119 > May 26 1960

The comptroller of the University of Washington is required to waive the collection of tuition for children of persons engaged in war service for the United States who were killed or totally incapacitated by reason of such service even though the legislature fails to make an appropriation to carry out the provisions of chapter 224, Laws of 1947.

AGO 1962 NO. 143 > Jun 13 1962

The associated student organizations of the state institutions of higher learning are not required to have their printing done through the state printer but may have it done in accordance with the provisions of RCW 28.76.390.

AGO 1960 NO. 159 > Nov 21 1960

The Washington legislature could extend the coverage of workmen's compensation to state employees who are masters or crewmen of state vessels operated by the University of Washington, but such employees are presently expressly excluded by statute.

AGO 1955 NO. 168 > Dec 2 1955

Employees occupying positions covered by the University of Washington's retirement system may not be excluded from a proposed agreement between the state and Federal government for extension of OASI coverage to members of that system. The classification of positions covered by the University of Washington's retirement system is determined by the Board of Regents.