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Chapter 17. Regulation of Postsecondary Educational Institutions
. Denial of exemption
. Application for authorization to operate
. Renewal of authorization to operate
. Application for agent
. Renewal of agent
. Status changes
. Bonding requirements
. General operating standards
. Completion and placement reporting standards
. Institutional and course names
. Advertisement and solicitation
. Catalog or brochure
. Educational credentials
. Enrollment contract
. Supervisors and instructors
. Facilities and equipment
. Health and safety
. Ownership and governance
. Leaves of absence
. Tuition and refund policy
. Closure of institution or cessation or change of program
. False, deceptive, misleading, or unfair practices
. Revocation, suspension, conditioning, or refusal of authorization
. Formal complaints
. Informal complaints
. Exceptions to complaints accepted
. Complaint investigation process
. Use of the terms college, junior college, community college, or university
. General guidance for degree program criteria
. Mission statement
. Governing board
. Requirements for degrees and degree programs
. Financial and record keeping standards
. Learning resource program
. Institutional assessment
. Faculty standards
. Admission requirements
. Access to institutional authorization files
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