Private Postsecondary Institutions; Substantive Changes to an Approval to Operate
The following changes to an approval to operate are considered substantive changes and require prior authorization:
(a) A change in educational objectives, including an addition of a new diploma or a degree educational program unrelated to the approved educational programs offered by the institution.
(b) A change in ownership.
(c) A change in control.
(d) A change in business organization form.
(e) A change of location.
(f) A change of name.
(g) A significant change in the method of instructional delivery.
(h) An addition of a separate branch more than five miles from the main or branch campus.
(Added by Stats. 2009, Ch. 310, Sec. 6.)