40 Tex. Admin. Code § 807.193 - Receipt of Enrollment Policies

Current through Reg. 46, No. 53; December 31, 2021

(a) For all enrollments other than for seminars, individual classes, and small schools with programs of course time of 40 hours or less, each school shall use form provided by the Commission to verify the prospective student's receipt of the information required in this section.
(b) Unless otherwise required in this chapter, prior to enrollment the school shall furnish the following to each prospective student:
(1) a school catalog and program outline, unless the prospective student enrolls in a seminar;
(2) a schedule of tuition, fees, and other charges;
(3) the cancellation and refund policy;
(4) the progress and grievance policies and, for non-Title IV schools, attendance policies;
(5) the rules of operation and conduct;
(6) if available, the average starting salary per pay period and annually for the prospective student's stated occupation, and information regarding the number of job openings in the program objective field in a specified area within the last 12 months, including the name of the information source;
(7) the regulations pertaining to incomplete grades;
(8) written and verbal information regarding loans and grants and their differences, if the school participates in a loan or grant program;
(9) the requirements, if any, for any state or national licensing, certifications, or registrations;
(10) the exam passage rates for programs that prepare students for state licensing, certification, or registration exams;
(11) the job placement and employment data for the stated occupation as required in this chapter; and
(12) notice of all policies related to program interruption prior to completion and written information informing the student that if the student withdraws, it is the student's responsibility to inform the school or college.
(c) Any school that refers to the awarding of credit hours shall explain to each student during the enrollment process that transferability of such hours may be limited. Each student shall sign a statement indicating such an explanation has been provided.
(d) Should a school have an articulation agreement with an accredited college or university, or other postsecondary school, such information shall be provided to the student, including any known agreement limitations. Such schools shall also provide a list of known Texas postsecondary schools that accept any or all of the credit hours so earned.
(e) Students shall acknowledge receipt of each piece of information or documentation as set forth in this section by initialing each page and providing a complete signature at the end of the receipt of the enrollment policy form.
(f) A copy of the receipt of the enrollment policies form shall be given to the student and a copy maintained as a part of the student's files.

Notes

40 Tex. Admin. Code § 807.193
The provisions of this §807.193 adopted to be effective August 28, 2006, 31 TexReg 6803

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