(b) In entering into an agreement to participate in the program, an institution accepts that – 16) For a proprietary establishment, the establishment receives at least 10 per cent of its revenue for each fiscal year from sources other than Title IV, the DEE program fund covered by Articles 668.28 (a) and (b) or is subject to sanctions in accordance with the provisions of S. 668.28 c); (ii) the licensing requirements of the state in which the institution has its statutory headquarters, for each organization for which a training program proposed by the institution is intended to prepare those students interested in studies; 2. Where the institution, as the federal funds management officer, is authorized to apply for credits under the institution`s program down payment method, the institution will close its applications for program funding to meet the institution`s immediate needs for Title IV, the HEA program; (20) In the case of an organization with a co-educational and intercollegiate sports program, it will comply with the provisions of p. 668.48; (13) In the case of an institution where students receive financial assistance under Section 484, point (d), the institution provides these students with a program that has been successful in helping students obtain the recognized equivalent of a higher education degree. (B) is an institution that has undergone a change of ownership resulting in a change of control and participates in direct lending or FFEL programs. (iii) This program provides for the certification required by the provisions of p. 668.414. (c) to participate in Title IV, HEA (other than LEAP and NEISP), the institution must confirm that it is participating – A) for the first time in the FFEL or direct lending programs; or (i) demonstrate an appropriate link between the duration of the program and the conditions of access to the recognized profession to which the program prepares the student. The Secretary believes that the relationship is appropriate if the number of hours of the program does not exceed by more than 50% the minimum number of hours of time required for training in the recognized profession to which the program prepares the student, if the state has established such a requirement. , or as set up by a federal authority; 4. It establishes and maintains the administrative and tax procedures and registrations necessary to ensure the proper and effective management of funds received by the secretary or students under Title IV, HEA programmes, as well as assurance that the institution, on request and in a timely manner, will provide information on the institution`s management capacity and financial responsibility for – B.
The guarantee of enrollment or the granting of grants or grants participates in any training program for the admission or enrollment of students for any period or the granting of financial assistance to students.