W. Va. Code R. § 135-35-3 - Exemptions

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

3.1. For the purpose of this rule, the following are not defined as a correspondence, business, occupational, or trade school:
3.1.a. Any school or person licensed or approved to offer education or training by any other statutory licensing or accrediting agency pursuant to statutes of the West Virginia Code other than 18B-2B-9.
3.1.b. Any school or organization whose courses of instruction offered are solely for the purpose of teaching preparation of tax returns.
3.1.c. Any school conducted by any person, solely on a contractual basis with private or governmental organizations where obtaining a permit is not a condition of the contract and students are not charged tuition or other fees, and no advertisement of courses takes place.
3.1.d. Any training or apprenticeship program conducted by a company, union, or other organization in which students, members, or employees enrolled in the training or educational programs are not charged tuition or other fees.
3.1.e. Schools that offer courses which are conducted solely for personal development or information, do not prepare or represent themselves as preparing, an individual for a career or enhancing employment opportunities, are not offering sequential courses comprising an entire program and are not offering courses for more than twenty-four (24) weeks per calendar year.
3.1.f. Tutorial instruction given in a private home or elsewhere as supplemental to regular classes for students enrolled in public or private schools.
3.1.g. Non-profit independent colleges, universities, and other non-profit entities that are accredited by a regional accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education.
3.1.h. Public colleges, universities, and schools under the jurisdiction of the West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education, or the West Virginia Board of Education.


W. Va. Code R. § 135-35-3

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