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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Title 8. Education
Agency 40. State Council Of Higher Education For Virginia
8/4/2021

Chapter 31. Regulations Governing Certification of Certain Institutions to Confer Degrees, Diplomas and CertificatesRead Chapter

  • Part IV. Schools for which Certification is RequiredRead all
  • Section 110
    Certain existing approvals and exemptions continued
    Section 120
    Certification required for new and existing postsecondary schools
  • Part V. Certification CriteriaRead all
  • Section 130
    Application of certification criteria
    Section 140
    Certification criteria for institutions of higher education
    Section 150
    Certification criteria for career-technical schools
    Section 160
    Certification criteria for all postsecondary schools
    Section 165
    Equipment and facilities
  • Part VII. Procedures for Conducting Fact-Finding Conferences and HearingsRead all
  • Section 220
    Procedural rules for the conduct of fact-finding conferences and hearings (§§ 2.2-4019 through 2.2-4030 of the Code of Virginia)
FORMS
FORMS (8VAC40-31)

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