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Higher Education Coordinating Board

Summaries

KP-0053
Ken Paxton

B-On-Time Loan Program, additional credit hours taken at an institution other than the degree-awarding institution may not disqualify a student from having a B-On-Time loan forgiven

GA-0144
Greg Abbott

Acupuncture schools are subject to regulation by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

GA-0395
Greg Abbott

Tuition equalization grant program, Higher Education Coordinating Board lacks authority to approve for participation in the program a private or independent college or university that does not have the same accreditation as public institutions of higher education|Tuition equalization grant program, board lacks authority to approve for participation in the program a private or independent college or university that does not have the same accreditation as public institutions of higher education

GA-0445
Greg Abbott

Opinion Withdrawn 1/14/2008 - superseded by statute, Tex. Educ. Code Ann. § 54.203

GA-0655
Greg Abbott

Standard method adopted by the Higher Education Coordinating Board for computing a grade point average for purposes of university admission under subchapter U, chapter 51 of the Education Code applies to school districts in the absence of a standard method adopted by the Commissioner of Education and shall be prospective |Standard method adopted by the Board for computing a grade point average for purposes of university admission under subchapter U, chapter 51 of the Education Code applies to school districts in the absence of a standard method adopted by the Commissioner of Education and shall be prospective

GA-0829
Greg Abbott

Vacancies on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, the Governor may fill as provided by law|Vacancies on the Board, the Governor may fill as provided by law

GA-0902
Greg Abbott

Complaints about postsecondary educational institutions, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has authority to promulgate procedures for handling|Regulating religious institutions’ religious programs of study, the Texas Supreme Court has held that the Higher Education Coordinating Board is prohibited from regulating but it has not held that the Board is prohibited from regulating religious institutions’ secular programs of study|Complaints about religious institutions’ secular programs of study, the Higher Education Coordinating Board may handle|Regulating religious institutions’ religious programs of study, the Texas Supreme Court has held that the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board is prohibited from regulating but it has not held that the Board is prohibited from regulating religious institutions’ secular programs of study|Complaints about religious Institutions’ secular programs of study, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board may handle|Complaints about postsecondary educational institutions, the Board has authority to promulgate procedures for handling|Regulating religious institutions’ religious programs of study, the Texas Supreme Court has held that the Board is prohibited from regulating but it has not held that the Board is prohibited from regulating religious institutions’ secular programs of study|Complaints about religious institutions’ secular programs of study, the Board may handle

GA-0969
Greg Abbott

Hazlewood Act tuition exemption, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has authority to determine whether to promulgate certain rules relating to exemption|Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has authority to adopt rule which would allow veterans applying for state Hazlewood Exemption who are otherwise entitled to federal Chapter 33 benefits to not first exhaust Chapter 33 benefits, court would likely conclude that|Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has authority to adopt rule which would allow veterans applying for state Hazlewood Exemption who are otherwise entitled to federal Chapter 33 benefits to not first exhaust Chapter 33 benefits, court would likely conclude that

GA-0975
Greg Abbott

Discretion to grant or deny certificate of authority to foreign medical school that satisfies statutory and regulatory criteria, under Education Code chapter 61, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has the|Discretion to grant or deny certificate of authority to foreign medical school that satisfies statutory and regulatory criteria, under Education Code chapter 61, Board has the

DM-0020
Dan Morales

Training requirements for trustees of junior college, Board may not mandate | Junior college district trustees are not authorized requestors of attorney general opinion | Attorney general opinions, junior college district trustees are not authorized requestors of | Training requirements for trustees of junior college, Higher Education Coordinating Board may not mandate

DM-0249
Dan Morales

Resident tuition rates, nonresident scholarship recipient may be eligible for if scholarship is competitive academic scholarship (Affirmed by Tex. Att'y Gen. LO-94-035)|Statutory authority to adopt rule, agency must cite in final order adopting rule; but failure to do so, by itself, does not invalidate rule where other, uncited statutes authorize rule (Affirmed by Tex. Att'y Gen. LO-94-035)|Competitive academic scholarship, Board's criteria for may not exceed or be inconsistent with statute (Affirmed by Tex. Att'y Gen. LO-94-035)

DM-0481
Dan Morales

TASP testing, authority of Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to require as condition of degree from proprietary school|TASP testing, authority of Board to require as condition of degree from proprietary school

JC-0200
John Cornyn

Religious postsecondary educational institution, state regulation of does not violate right to free exercise of religion|Free exercise of religion, chapter 110 of the Civil Practice and Remedies Code restores compelling interest test for state burdens on|Religious postsecondary educational institution, Board's regulation of pursuant to statute does not violate individual's right to free exercise of religion|Free exercise of religion, state regulation of religious postsecondary educational institution does not violate individual's right to