North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 116. Higher Education

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  • Article 1. The University of North Carolina
  • Article 4. North Carolina School of the Arts
  • Article 5. Loan Fund for Prospective College Teachers
  • Article 5B. School Administrator Training Programs
  • Article 5C. North Carolina Principal Fellows Program
  • Article 14. General Provisions as to Tuition and Fees in Certain State Institutions
  • Article 16. State Board of Higher Education
  • Article 18A. Contracts of Minors Borrowing for Higher Education;  Scholarship Revocation
  • Article 19. Revenue Bonds for Student Housing
  • Article 21. Revenue Bonds for Student Housing, Student Activities, Physical Education and Recreation
  • Article 21B. The Centennial Campus, the Horace Williams Campus, and the Millennial Campuses Financing Act
  • Article 23. State Education Assistance
  • Article 25. Disruption on Campuses of State-Owned Institutions of Higher Education
  • Article 26. Liability Insurance or Self-Insurance
  • Article 27. Private Institution Towing Procedures
  • Article 27A. Disclosure of Student Data and Records by Private Institutions
  • Article 28. North Carolina-Israel Visiting Scholar Program
  • Article 29. The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
  • Article 30. Western North Carolina Arboretum
  • Article 31. Piedmont Triad Research Institute and Graduate Engineering Program
  • Article 32. Health Information
  • Article 34. Need-Based Scholarships for Students Attending Private Institutions of Higher Education

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