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1 Written Arrangements Program Integrity Final Rule

2 Written Arrangements Language distinguishes the two different types of written arrangements between: Schools that are unaffiliated and Schools that are affiliated Outlines the requirements needed to be considered an eligible educational program for both categories §668.5

3 Written Arrangements If written arrangement is between two or more unaffiliated schools, the educational program is considered to be an eligible program if: The other eligible school or consortium provides part of the educational program and; The educational program offered by the school that grants the degree or certificate otherwise satisfies the eligible program definition in §668.8 §§668.5 and 668.8

4 Written Arrangements If written arrangement is between two or more affiliated schools, educational program considered to be an eligible program if: Educational program offered by school that grants the degree or certificate satisfies the requirements of eligible program as defined in §668.8, and School that grants degree or certificate provides more than 50% of the educational program Exception for articulation agreements or other arrangements under which schools accept credits for individual transfer students §§ and 668.8

5 Written Arrangements Credential-granting school is responsible for ensuring that: Coursework taken by student at other schools under common ownership constitutes less than 50% of students total program of study Student completes more than 50% of program on campus, if program is offered both on campus and also online through a written arrangement with another school under common ownership § 668.5(a)

6 Written Arrangements Expands list of circumstances in which an eligible school is not permitted to enter into an agreement with an ineligible school whose: Certification to participate in Title IV programs has been revoked, Application for recertification to participate in Title IV programs has been denied, or Application for initial certification has been denied §668.5(c)

7 Written Arrangements Clarifies the portion of an educational program provided by an ineligible school or organization to: 25% or less of the educational program; or More than 25% but less than 50% of the educational program §668.5 (c)

8 Written Arrangements Disclosures to students Credential-granting school must provide information to current and prospective students regarding: Portion of the program the school is not providing, Name, location, and educational delivery method of the other school(s), and Any additional costs for the program §§ 668.5(e); (a)(12)


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