§ 40.32. Programmatic information.
(a) The institution shall provide the Department with descriptions of programs which serve the public interest and a need not presently being met by a State-supported institution.
(b) The institution shall demonstrate the measures that have been taken to cooperate with other institutions in the elimination of unnecessarily duplicative programs and shall agree to follow principles and policies of the Board aimed at avoiding unnecessary and wasteful duplication of programs before additional programs are undertaken.
The provisions of this § 40.32 adopted April 30, 1982, effective May 1, 1982, 12 Pa.B. 1389.
Notes of Decisions
As the Department of Transportation failed to prove that Carnegie Mellon University was a state-aided university, a campus police officer was not defined as a police officer with legal authority to make an arrest of a motorist. Therefore, the 1 year suspension of operating privileges by the Department due to the refusal to submit to chemical testing requested by said campus police officer was improper. Snyder v. Commonwealth, 640 A.2d 490 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1994).
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