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Citations: (R)667.9
AsOfDate: 12/31/95

From the Compilation of Regulations through 12/31/95.

Sec. 667.9 Institutions with locations in more than one State.

(a) If an institution that is subject to a referral has


locations in more than one State, the Secretary refers the
institution to the SPRE in each State in which the institution is
located and informs each SPRE of the other States in which the
institution is located.

(b) The SPRE of the State in which the main campus of


the institution is located has the principal responsibility for
reviewing that institution.

(c) If a branch campus or additional location of an


institution is in a State other than the State in which the
institution's main campus is located, the SPRE of the State in
which that branch campus or additional location is located--

(1) May review that branch campus or additional


location before a SPRE review is conducted of the main campus
of that institution;

(2) May delay its review of that branch campus or


additional location until a SPRE review is conducted of the main
campus of that institution; or

(3) May choose not to review that branch campus or


additional location if--

(i) The SPRE of the State in which the main campus of


that institution is located reviews that institution and makes no
significant findings; and

(ii) The allotment of the State in which the branch


campus or additional location is located is insufficient to allow the
SPRE to review all referred institutions.

(d) An institution and its branch campuses and


additional locations are subject to the review standards of the
State in which they are located, respectively.

(e) Notwithstanding paragraphs (b) and (c) of this


section, to review a referred institution that has locations in more
than one State, the SPREs of those States may enter into an
agreement under which the SPREs may alter the review
responsibilities set forth in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section.

(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1099a-3)