§ 36.3. Governance.
(a) The board of trustees shall have approved the education enterprise of the institution and shall have authorized the request for approval of an educational enterprise in this Commonwealth.
(b) Planning, administration and evaluation of the education enterprise shall be an integral and continuous part of the corporations normal procedures.
(c) If the educational enterprise includes course work creditable to a degree, an education program advisory committee of at least three persons shall be established and maintained, shall be based in this Commonwealth and consist of appropriately qualified Commonwealth residents who are not employed by the corporation. This committee shall assist the corporation in establishing quality off-campus educational activities and conduct periodic quality assessments.
(d) Institutional policies that govern the education enterprise must be in written form and, when applicable, have the approval of the education program advisory committee.
(e) Appropriately qualified, full-time administrative or supervisory personnel, or both, shall be employed and delegated responsibility for operating the education enterprise in this Commonwealth. The employees, the number depending on the size of the operation, shall be available onsite for academic advisement and consultation with enrollees and prospective enrollees.
The provisions of this § 36.3 amended under section 2603-B of the Public School Code of 1949 (24 P. S. § 26-2603-B).
The provisions of this § 36.3 amended January 18, 2008, effective January 19, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 339. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (320341) to (320342).
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