Ariz. Admin. Code § R4-39-301 - Catalog

A. A licensee offering a non-accredited program shall ensure that the licensee has a catalog that includes the following information:
1. The licensee's:
a. Name;
b. Street, mailing, e-mail, and web site addresses, if applicable; and
c. Telephone and fax numbers;
2. If the licensee has a headquarters in another state or jurisdiction, the headquarters':
a. Street, mailing, e-mail, and web site addresses, if applicable; and
b. Telephone and fax numbers;
3. The effective date of the catalog;
4. The names and titles of:
a. All members of any board of directors or board of trustees,
b. All individuals responsible for managing the licensee in this state, and
c. All members of executive management who live outside this state;
5. A list of all programs offered by the licensee;
6. For each program to be offered:
a. A topical outline, including a statement of purpose, objectives, subjects, units, skills, and jobs to be learned in the program, and the number of clock, credit, or semester hours to be spent by the student in each phase of the program;
b. Any program prerequisites and completion requirements;
c. Tuition and student fees;

d. Any required textbooks or program learning materials;

e. d. Any required equipment or technology;
e. Any required competencies;

f. Any library resources;

g. f. Any clinical training, practica, externships, internships, or special features of the program;
h. g. Any graduate employment opportunities; and
i. h. Licensure requirements for a graduate to practice, if any;
7. Any allowable student tuition reductions, discounts, and scholarships and educational loans that comply with R4-39-308;
8. Any available student payment schedules and financing options that comply with R4-39-308;
9. Student eligibility requirements for tuition reductions, discounts, and scholarships, educational loans, payment schedules, and financing options, if applicable;
10. Refund policies that comply with R4-39-308 and R4-39-404;
11. Any student services provided by the licensee;
12. A description of:
a. Educational delivery systems used in the program, including classroom-based instruction, directed study, distance education, and online computer-based learning; and
b. Available library resources;
13. For licensees operating on an academic calendar, identification of:
a. Start and end dates for each semester, quarter, term, or session offered; and
b. Vacation periods and holidays; or
c. Explanation of the enrollment period;
14. Policies and regulations governing:
a. Admission requirements or program enrollment;
b. Program or course cancellation;
c. Grading procedures;
d. Change in student status, including:
i. Leave of absence;
ii. Readmission; and
iii. Probation, suspension, or expulsion;
e. Standards for satisfactory academic progress;
f. Graduation requirements;
g. Grade reports and transcripts; and
h. As applicable:
i. Student attendance; and
ii. Credit for previous education, training, work, or life experience; and
15. Student grievance procedure that meets the requirements at R4-39-104(D)(12).
B. A licensee offering a non-accredited program shall make the catalog required under subsection (A) available to students and prospective students in a written or electronic format.
C. Within 10 days from the date a licensee offering a non-accredited program revises the catalog required under subsection (A) or publishes a new catalog, the licensee shall submit to the Board a written or electronic copy of the revised or new catalog.


Ariz. Admin. Code § R4-39-301
Adopted effective May 21, 1985 (Supp. 85-3). Amended by final rulemaking at 11 A.A.R. 2262, effective August 6, 2005 (Supp. 05-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 22 A.A.R. 921, effective 6/4/2016.

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