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1.0 Definitions

The words and terms, when used in this regulation, shall have the following meaning unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

Accrediting Agencymeans a National, Regional, or Specialized Accrediting Agency or association that appears on the list of recognized accrediting agencies published by the United States Secretary of Education or any other Accrediting Agency the Delaware Secretary of Education, deems within his or her discretion, to be reliable or be equivalent to those on the published list.

Agent” means any person representing an institution or employed by an institution, that contacts persons in any manner for the purpose of soliciting enrollment in any course, program, or degree.

Application Form” means the appropriate form created by the Department to request approval or renewal as a Post Secondary Institution of Higher Education.

Degree” includes, but is not limited, to any academic credential or designation not less than, but including associate, bachelor, master, doctor, or fellow, whether earned or honorary, which signifies, purports, or is generally taken to signify partial or satisfactory completion of the requirements of an academic, occupational, business, or other program of study beyond the secondary school level.

Degree Granting Authority” means authorization to confer Degrees.

Department means the Delaware Department of Education.

Department Approval means the process by which a specific institution is recognized by the Department of Education as meeting state standards for approval for such institution.

Full Approval” means the third level of Degree Granting Authority status granted by the Department.

Institution” means a Post Secondary Institution or Institution of Higher Education.

Institution of Higher Education” means a college, university or other Post Secondary Institution authorized to confer degrees. For the purpose of this regulation, Post Secondary Institutions and Institutions of Higher Education shall have the same meaning.

Middle States means the Middle States Commission on Higher Education or the standards for accreditation used by Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

National Accrediting Agency” means a nationally recognized Accrediting Agency or association that appears on the list published by the U.S. Secretary of Education.

"Operating License" means authorization of Institutions not incorporated in Delaware to offer courses, Programs of courses, or Degrees to residents of Delaware.

Post Secondary Education” means a higher level of education or noncompulsory education level following completion of a secondary education, such as high school or secondary school. Post Secondary Education includes undergraduate and postgraduate education including associates, baccalaureate, masters, or postgraduate Degrees. For the context of this regulation, Post Secondary Education does not include vocational or professional training otherwise included and regulated as Private Business and Trade schools and not resulting in a Degree.

Post Secondary Institution or Institution of Post Secondary Education means an Institution of Higher Education offering Post Secondary Education usually with the intent to confer academic Degrees. For the purpose of this regulation, Post Secondary Institutions and Institutions of Higher Education shall have the same meaning.

Private Business and Trade Schools” has the same meaning as in 14 Del.C. §8501(3).

Program or Program of Courses means the specific sequence of courses and experiences required by an Institution. Program includes an organized unit of subject matter in which instruction is offered within a given time and for which credit is given toward completion of training toward a predetermined occupational or academic credential.

Provisional Approval” means the second level of Degree Granting Authority status granted by the Department.

Recognized Applicant” means the initial level of Degree Granting Authority status granted by the Department.

Regional Accrediting Agency means an agency such as the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools or others that appear on the list published as Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies, by the U.S. Secretary of Education.

Secretary means the Secretary of the Delaware Department of Education.

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2.0 Department Approval is Required prior to an Institution incorporating with the power to confer degrees, Operating or Offering any Courses in Delaware

2.1 Pursuant to 14 Del.C. §121 (a)(16) and 122(b)(3), (8), and 8 Del.C. §125, no corporation or Institution other than those authorized in Title 14, shall without first having received approval from the Department:

2.1.1 incorporate in Delaware with the power to confer degrees; or

2.1.2 offer courses, programs of courses, or degrees within Delaware.

2.2 This regulation shall not apply to Private Business and Trade Schools to the extent they do not offer degrees and are governed by 14 Del.C. Chapter 85.

2.3 Pursuant to 8 Del.C. §125, no Institutions, including those located outside of Delaware and offering in-state Programs shall be incorporated in Delaware with the power to confer Degrees without Department approval. Prior to incorporating in Delaware with the power to confer Degrees, an Institution shall obtain approval from the Department pursuant to this regulation. A corporation shall provide documentation of official Department approval with any certificate of incorporation filed with the Secretary of State that includes the power to confer academic or honorary Degrees.

2.3.1 With respect to these requests for incorporation, the Department recognizes the following:

2.3.1.1 The interest of each state and territory of the United States to grant the authority to award Degree Granting Authority to Institutions located within that state or territory;

2.3.1.2 The legitimate request of private colleges and universities located outside of Delaware to make a business decision to incorporate in the State; and

2.3.1.3 The Department's own right, pursuant to 8 Del.C. §125, to set reasonable limitations to help ensure the quality of education offered by such Institutions of Higher Education incorporated in Delaware.

2.3.2 The requirements of this regulation shall be the minimum criteria necessary to obtain Department approval. As a matter of comity, the Department shall not approve the power to confer academic or honorary Degrees to colleges, universities or other Institutions offering credit bearing courses, that have a primary site of operation in another state or jurisdiction and do not operate in Delaware, unless the Institution already is approved by the Degree Granting Authority of the state or jurisdiction in which it is located, or, in states or jurisdictions without a Degree granting authority, is accredited by a nationally or regionally recognized Accrediting Agency or association approved by the United States Department of Education.

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3.0 Classification of Institutions applying for Authorization

3.1 Institutions of Higher Education established by Delaware law or Incorporated in Delaware with Department approval apply for Degree Granting Authority as follows:

3.1.1 Institutions of Higher Education that hold accreditation from an Accrediting Agency shall follow the procedures for approval of Degree Granting Authority set forth in 4.1 of this regulation.

3.1.2 Institutions of Higher Education that do not hold accreditation from an Accrediting Agency shall follow the procedures for approval of Degree Granting Authority set forth in 4.2 of this regulation.

3.1.3 To become a member of a reciprocal agreement of which Delaware is a member, Institutions of Higher Education must:

3.1.3.1 Obtain Degree Granting Authority.

3.1.3.2 Abide by the application process and requirements as set forth by Delaware in accordance with the terms of the reciprocity agreement.

3.2 Institutions of Higher Education Not Incorporated in Delaware apply for an Operating License as follows:

3.2.1 Institutions of Higher Education that hold accreditation from an Accrediting Agency shall follow the procedures for approval of an Operating License set forth 4.1 of this regulation.

3.2.2 Institutions of Higher Education that have been awarded Degree Granting Authority by a state or jurisdiction and do not hold accreditation from an Accrediting Agency shall follow the procedures set forth for approval of an Operating License in 4.2 of this regulation. Institutions of Higher Education not established by Delaware law or incorporated in Delaware that do not have Degree Granting Authority from another state or jurisdiction are not eligible for an Operating License.

3.2.3 Institutions of Higher Education that are members of a reciprocal agreement of which Delaware is a member will abide by the requirements as set forth by Delaware.

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4.0 Application Forms

4.1 Institutions of Higher Education holding accreditation from an Accrediting Agency shall submit an Application Form containing documentation of its: mission and goals, accreditation and current course catalog. Institutions of Higher Education must also submit the appropriate fees and any additional information requested on the Application Form or by the Department.

4.2 Institutions of Higher Education not holding accreditation from an Accrediting Agency shall submit an Application Form containing a description of its: purposes and objectives, administrative organization, financial administration, student support services, admission policies and procedures, faculty, Programs and courses, graduation requirements, facilities, library, education resources, instructional technology and assessment of student learning. Institutions of Higher Education must also submit copies of its most recently published documents including course catalogs, the appropriate fees and any additional information requested on the Application Form or by the Department.

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5.0 Application Process and Review

5.1 An Institution shall begin the approval process by completing and submitting an Application Form, in both hard and electronic copy, and all required documentation.

5.2 The Application Form and supporting material shall be reviewed by the Department or an evaluation team selected by the Department. After the review, the Department may require a meeting with the Board of Trustees or the administrative staff, or both, of the Institution. The Department may also require an on-site visit.

5.3 Institutions incorporating or already incorporated in Delaware may be granted one of three levels of approval of Degree Granting Authority: Recognized Applicant, Provisional Approval or Full Approval or the Department may deny the application.

5.4 Institutions not incorporating in Delaware may be granted an Operating License or the Department may deny the application.

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6.0 Levels of Approval and Institution Requirements

6.1 Recognized Applicant

6.1.1 Recognized Applicant is the initial level of approval granted by the Department. An Institution with Recognized Applicant status may incorporate under 8 Del.C. §125 but shall not have the right to confer Degrees.

6.1.2 If the Department determines that, based on all the facts gained, the Institution appears to meet, or shows promise of meeting, a significant portion of the standards as stated in this regulation, the Institution shall be granted Recognized Applicant status. The Department will issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted a status of Recognized Applicant.

6.1.3 Recognized Applicant status may be valid for one or more years. If the Department determines that the Institution continues to meet the requirements of this regulation and is making satisfactory progress towards the next level of recognition, Recognized Applicant status may be extended yearly.

6.1.4 Reporting and Renewal

6.1.4.1 After the initial approval, near the end of the first full school year of classes but prior to the close of classes, the Institution shall file its first progress report with the Department. The Application Form to request renewal will accompany the progress report along with appropriate fees.

6.1.4.2 The Department or the evaluation committee may make an on site visit to the Institution in order to verify the contents of the report and evaluate progress to date.

6.1.4.3 The Department or evaluation committee shall make recommendations for any changes necessary to the information submitted that are required for consideration for Provisional Approval.

6.1.4.4 Upon approval, the Department shall issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted a status of Recognized Applicant for one year.

6.1.4.5 The Institution shall continue submitting yearly progress reports until the Institution submits a progress report and requests to advance to the next level of approval status: Provisional Approval.

6.1.4.6 The Institution shall submit updated Agent identification and license information and appropriate fees as part of its renewal request.

6.1.5 The Institution shall keep the Department informed of any changes since its most recent approval, including the names and addresses of those responsible for directing the Programs from the parent campus, names and credentials of instructors, and the locations of all sites in Delaware where instruction is offered.

6.1.6 Student Notification

6.1.6.1 The Institution shall notify students individually, in writing, upon application and admission, that it does not have Degree Granting Authority.

6.1.6.2 The Institution shall notify students individually, in writing, near the end of the first school year with classes, but prior to the close of classes, that it does not have Degree Granting Authority if it is offering students an Associate's Degree or any two-year Degree, and it has not received its Degree Granting Authority near the end of the first school year with classes. The Institution shall provide such notification annually thereafter until Provisional Approval is achieved.

6.1.6.3 The Institution shall notify students individually, in writing, near the end of the second school year with classes, but prior to the close of classes, that it does not have Degree Granting Authority if it is offering students a Bachelor's Degree or any four-year Degree, and it has not received its Degree Granting Authority near the end of the second school year with classes. The Institution shall provide such notification annually thereafter until Provisional Approval is achieved.

6.1.6.4 The Institution shall notify students individually, in writing, if Degree Granting Authority is revoked at any time.

6.1.7 Advancement to Provisional Approval

6.1.7.1 The Institution may request to advance to the next level of approval at the end of the second year of operation or later and at the time that it submits a progress report. At that time, the Institution shall also submit an Application Form indicating a request to advance to the next level of approval status.

6.1.7.2 The Application Form and supporting material shall be reviewed by the Department or an evaluation team selected by the Department. If the Department determines that, based on all the facts gained, the Institution appears to meet, or shows promise of meeting, a significant portion of the standards as stated in this regulation, the Institution shall be advanced to the next level of approval status: Provisional Approval. The Department shall issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted a status of Provisional Approval.

6.1.7.3 Those Institutions required to remain on Recognized Applicant status shall be informed of the changes and improvements necessary to be eligible for Provisional Approval status. There is no guarantee that a Recognized Applicant Institution will be given either Provisional or Full Approval.

6.1.8 Termination

6.1.8.1 The following are grounds for termination of approval status:

6.1.8.1.1 The Institution fails to continue to meet the requirements of this regulation or is not making satisfactory progress towards the next level of recognition; or

6.1.8.1.2 The Institution fails to file a progress report; or

6.1.8.1.3 The Institution fails to keep the Department informed of changes; or

6.1.8.1.4 The Institution fails to request annual renewal of its status or request timely advancement to next status level; or

6.1.8.1.5 The Institution does not submit payment of appropriate fees.

6.1.8.2 If the Institution's approval status is terminated, the approval status will automatically expire one year after approval. If an Institution's approval status expires, the Institution shall be required to begin the application process from the beginning and submit a new Application Form.

6.2 Provisional Approval

6.2.1 Provisional Approval is the second level of approval granted by the Department. An Institution with Provisional Approval status shall have the right to confer Degrees.

6.2.2 If the Department determines that, based on all the facts gained, the Institution appears to meet, or shows promise of meeting, a significant portion of the standards as stated in this regulation, the Institution shall be granted Provisional Approval status. The Department shall issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted Provisional Approval.

6.2.3 An Institution receiving Provisional Approval may incorporate under 8 Del.C. §125 with the right to confer Degrees. If after the three years with a Provisional Approval status, and the Institution has previously incorporated without the right to confer Degrees, the Institution may amend their certificate of incorporation in accordance with 8 Del.C. §125 to include the Degree Granting Authority privilege. The Institution shall retain this status until after the first class has been graduated.

6.2.3.1 The Institution shall amend its certificate of incorporation to acknowledge its Degree Granting Authority and Provisional Approval.

6.2.4 Provisional Approval status may be valid for up to three years. If the Department determines that the Institution continues to meet the requirements of this regulation and is making progress towards the next level of recognition, Provisional Approval status may be renewed.

6.2.5 Provisional Approval and its requirements must be met by the Institution until such time as the Institution receives accreditation from an Accrediting Agency or the Department determines that the Institution may advance to the next status level of Full Approval.

6.2.6 Reporting and Renewal

6.2.6.1 After the initial approval, renewal approval for Institutions with Provisional Approval may be renewed contingent upon submission of an Application Form, new and updated accreditations, a current course catalog and appropriate fees. The Institution shall submit a progress report six months prior to the expiration of its Provisional Approval. The Application Form to request renewal will accompany the progress report.

6.2.6.1.1 An Institution requesting renewal that is not accredited by an Accrediting Agency shall submit a written description of its progress towards accreditation.

6.2.6.1.2 The Department or the evaluation committee may make an on site visit to the Institution in order to verify the contents of the report and evaluate progress to date.

6.2.6.1.3 The Department or evaluation committee shall make recommendations for any changes necessary to the information submitted that are required for consideration for Full Approval.

6.2.6.1.4 Upon approval, the Department shall issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted a status of Provisional Approval for a renewal term of up to three years.

6.2.6.1.5 The Institution shall submit an updated Agent identification and license request and appropriate fees as part of its renewal request.

6.2.6.1.6 The Institution shall keep the Department informed of any changes since its most recent approval, including changes in its accreditation, the names and addresses of those responsible for directing Programs from the parent campus, and the locations of all sites in Delaware where instruction is offered.

6.2.7 Advancement to Full Approval

6.2.7.1 The Institution may request to advance to the next level of approval six months prior to the expiration of its current Provisional Approval term in its progress report or upon receipt of accreditation. At that time, the Institution shall also submit an Application Form, with required documents, indicating a request to advance to Full Approval status.

6.2.7.2 The application and supporting material shall be reviewed by the Department or an evaluation team selected by the Department. If the Department determines that, based on all the facts gained, the Institution appears to meet, or shows promise of meeting, a significant portion of the standards as stated in this regulation, the Institution shall be advanced to the next level of approval status: Full Approval. The Department shall issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted a status of Full Approval.

6.2.7.3 Those Institutions required to remain on Provisional Approval status shall be informed of the changes and improvements necessary to be eligible for Full Approval status. There is no guarantee that a Provisional Approval Institution will be given Full Approval.

6.2.7.4 If an Institution with Provisional Approval status does not receive Full Approval within four years after the first graduating class, the Department may withdraw all approval and inform the Delaware Division of Corporations that the Institution is no longer authorized to confer Degrees. The Institution shall also notify students in writing of the revocation of Degree Granting Authority as noted in subsection 6.1.6.4

6.2.8 Termination

6.2.8.1 The following are grounds for termination of Provisional Approval status:

6.2.8.1.1 The Institution does not continue to meet the requirements of this regulation or is not making satisfactory progress towards the next level of recognition; or

6.2.8.1.2 The Institution fails to file a progress report; or

6.2.8.1.3 The Institution fails to keep the Department informed of changes; or

6.2.8.1.4 The Institution fails to request annual renewal of its status or request timely advancement to next status level; or

6.2.8.1.5 The Institution fails to submit payment of appropriate fees.

6.2.8.2 If the Institution's approval status is terminated, the approval status will automatically expire one year after approval. If an Institution's approval status expires, the Institution shall be required to begin the application process from the beginning.

6.3 Full Approval

6.3.1 Full approval is the third level of approval granted by the Department.

6.3.2 If the Department determines that, based on all the facts gained, the Institution appears to meet, or shows promise of meeting, a significant portion of the standards as stated in this regulation, the Institution shall be granted Full Approval status. The Department shall issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted this level of approval.

6.3.3 An Institution receiving Full Approval may incorporate under 8 Del.C. §125 with the right to confer Degrees. If the Institution has previously incorporated without the right to confer Degrees, the Institution shall amend its certificate of incorporation in accordance with 8 Del.C. §125 to include the Degree Granting Authority. The Institution shall retain this status until after the first class has been graduated.

6.3.4 Full Approval status may be valid for up to five years. If the Department determines that the Institution continues to meet the requirements of this regulation, Full Approval status may be extended every five years.

6.3.5 Reporting and Renewal

6.3.5.1 The Institution shall submit an Application Form with accompanying documents to request Renewal no later than six months prior to the expiration of its Full Approval status.

6.3.5.1.1 The Department or the evaluation committee may make an on site visit to the Institution in order to verify the contents of the report and evaluate progress to date.

6.3.5.2 The Institution shall submit an updated Agent identification and license request and appropriate fees as part of its renewal request.

6.3.5.3 All Institutions shall keep the Department informed of any changes since its most recent approval, including changes in its accreditation, the names and addresses of those responsible for directing Programs from the parent campus, and the locations of all sites in Delaware where instruction is offered.

6.3.6 Termination

6.3.6.1 The following are grounds for termination of Full Approval status:

6.3.6.1.1 The Institution fails to continue to meet the requirements of this regulation; or

6.3.6.1.2 The Institution fails to file a progress report; or

6.3.6.1.3 The Institution fails to keep the Department informed of changes; or

6.3.6.1.4 The Institution fails to request annual renewal of its status; or

6.3.6.1.5 The Institution fails to submit payment of appropriate fees.

6.3.6.2 If the Institution's approval status is terminated, the approval status will automatically expire one year after approval. If an Institution's approval status expires, the Institution shall be required to begin the application process from the beginning and submit a new Application Form.

6.4 Operating License

6.4.1 Institutions not incorporated in Delaware may be granted an Operating License to offer courses, Programs of courses or Degrees to residents of Delaware.

6.4.2 If the Department determines that, based on all the facts gained, the Institution appears to meet, or shows promise of meeting, a significant portion of the standards as stated in this regulation, the Institution shall be granted an Operating License. The Department will issue a memorandum indicating that the Institution has been granted an Operating License.

6.4.3 The term of an Operating License is for up to five years.

6.4.4 Renewal

6.4.4.1 The Institution shall submit an Application Form with accompanying documents to request renewal no later than six months prior to the expiration of its Operating License.

6.4.4.1.1 The Department or the evaluation committee may make an on site visit to the Institution in order to verify the contents of the report and evaluate progress to date.

6.4.4.2 The Institution shall submit an updated Agent identification and license request and appropriate fees as part of its renewal request.

6.4.4.3 All Institutions shall keep the Department informed of any changes since its most recent approval, including changes in its accreditation, the names and addresses of those responsible for directing the Programs from the parent campus, and the locations of all sites in Delaware where instruction is offered.

6.4.5 Termination

6.4.5.1 The following are grounds for termination of an Operating License:

6.4.5.1.1 The Institution fails to continue to meet the requirements of this regulation; or

6.4.5.1.2 The Institution fails to make adequate progress towards Accreditation; or

6.4.5.1.3 The Institution fails to keep the Department informed of changes in a timely way; or

6.4.5.1.4 The Institution fails to request timely renewal of its status; or

6.4.5.1.5 The Institution fails to submit payment of appropriate fees.

6.4.5.2 If the Institution's approval status is terminated, the approval status will automatically expire one year after approval. If an Institution's approval status expires, the Institution shall be required to begin the application process from the beginning and submit a new Application Form.

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7.0 Agents

7.1 The Institution shall submit the appropriate Agent identification and license identifying the Agent(s), and their respective corporate affiliations, who will represent the Institution when contacting individuals within the state of Delaware for the purpose of soliciting enrollment in the Institution.

7.2 Each individual identified in the Institution’s application as an Agent may be granted a license to represent the Institution.

7.3 The Institution shall submit the appropriate Agent fee.

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8.0 Denial and Right to Hearing

8.1 When an application is denied, the Department shall give written notice to the applicant of the denial and the reasons for the denial. The notice of denial shall be sent by certified mail and shall give notice that a full and fair hearing may be requested before the Secretary within twenty (20) calendar days. The appeal before the Secretary shall be based on documentation submitted to the Department by the Institution during the application process. No additional documentation will be considered by the Secretary.

8.2 Hearings shall be conducted in accordance with the Department's Hearing Procedures and Rules.

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9.0 Notification

The Department shall publish a list of all Institutions that have been approved and awarded Degree Granting Authority or an Operating License by the Department.

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10.0 Addition of Programs After Initial Approval for Institutions whose Degree Granting Authority Originates from Delaware

10.1 An Institution that received its initial Degree Granting Authority from Delaware shall request approval for new Program(s) to be added after initial approval has been granted.

10.2 An Institution shall submit a request for approval of additional Program(s) on the appropriate Department form with supporting information and documentation as requested.

10.3 The Department shall review the additional Program(s) based on the information submitted by the Institution and the mission of the Institution.

10.4 The Department shall determine if the additional Program(s) meets the requirements of this regulation.

10.5 The additional Program(s) may be granted provisional approval under this section for a period of 1 to 3 years or to the date of the next Institutional review if the time period is less than 1 to 3 years.

10.6 The Institution shall submit the appropriate fees with its request for new Program(s).

10.7 The Institution shall notify students individually, in writing, if approval for new Program(s) is revoked at any time.

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11.0 Fees and Costs

11.1 Institutions applying for Degree Granting Authority are responsible for the following fees:

11.1.1 The initial application fee is $250.00;

11.1.2 Institutions that have a designation of Recognized Applicant status or Provisional Approval status shall pay an annual fee of $250.00 until the Institution achieves Full Approval status. Once Full Approval status or extension thereof is achieved, the Institution shall pay a fee of $1000.00 for the Institution to have Degree Granting Authority.

11.2 A Program application fee of $250.00 per Program shall be required per out of state Institution for Program(s) added after initial approval.

11.3 Institutions applying for an Operating License are responsible for the following fees:

11.3.1 The Initial application fee is $250.00;

11.3.2 Upon approval for or renewal of an Operating License, the Institution shall pay an Operating License fee of $1000.00.

11.4 An Institution represented by an Agent(s) must pay an annual Agent fee of $50.00.

11.5 Institutions of Higher Education that are members of a reciprocal agreement of which Delaware is a member will abide by the requirements for fees as set forth by Delaware.

11.6 All fees are non-refundable.

11.7 Any and all costs incidental to the evaluation and approval of a Program of Courses, except the salary of personnel from publicly supported education Institutions in Delaware, shall be the responsibility of the applicant Institution.

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12.0 Disposition of Student Records

Prior to discontinuing operation or upon dissolution, all Institutions shall comply with the requirements of 14 Del.C. §8530.

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13.0 Violations of the Law

Violations of the law and regulations relating to Institutions as herein described shall be referred to the Attorney General of the State of Delaware for any action permitted or required by law.

5 DE Reg. 859 (10/01/01)

10 DE Reg. 850 (11/01/06)

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