N.H. Code Admin. R. Hedc 405.11 - Public Disclosure

Current through Register Vol. 42, No. 14, April 7, 2022

The applicant shall, in the public disclosure section of its evaluation plan, include a catalog and supporting materials that are accessible electronically and that include the following:

(a) Explicitly worded statements about its current status with the commission, approvals from required licensing agencies, regional, national, and specialized accrediting agencies;
(b) Identification of mission, ownership and control of the institution;
(c) Information about the governing board, staff and faculty;
(d) Admission requirements;
(e) Courses, programs, degrees offered;
(f) Program objectives, length of program, curriculum offerings, and degree requirements;
(g) Rates of student success, including rates of retention, graduation and other measures of success appropriate to its institutional mission;
(h) Schedule of tuition, fees, availability of financial aid, expected amount of student debt upon graduation, and all other charges and expenses necessary for completion of the course of study;
(i) Procedures and policies related to transfer of credit, attending and withdrawing and a list of institutions with which it has an articulation agreement(s);
(j) List of current faculty, indicating program affiliation, distinguishing between full and part-time status and showing degrees held/institution(s) attended;
(k) Cancellation and refund policies;
(l) Where to file student complaints and where to seek redress;
(m) Locations and programs available at branch campuses, other instructional locations, including those overseas, along with a description of programs and services available at each location; and
(n) Such other material facts concerning the institution as are reasonably likely to affect the decision of the student to enroll therein.

Notes

N.H. Code Admin. R. Hedc 405.11

#10429, eff 10-5-1313 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Hedc 400)

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