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(1) A postsecondary educational institution that operates in Indiana and:
(A) provides an organized two (2) year or longer program of collegiate grade directly creditable toward a baccalaureate degree;
(B) is either operated by the state or operated nonprofit; and
(C) is accredited by a recognized regional accrediting agency, including:
(i) Ancilla College;
(ii) Anderson University;
(iii) Bethel University;
(iv) Butler University;
(v) Calumet College of St. Joseph;
(vi) DePauw University;
(vii) Earlham College;
(viii) Franklin College;
(ix) Goshen College;
(x) Grace College and Seminary;
(xi) Hanover College;
(xii) Holy Cross College;
(xiii) Huntington University;
(xiv) Indiana Institute of Technology;
(xv) Indiana Wesleyan University;
(xvi) Manchester University;
(xvii) Marian University;
(xviii) Martin University;
(xix) Oakland City University;
(xx) Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology;
(xxi) Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College;
(xxii) Saint Mary's College;
(xxiii) Taylor University;
(xxiv) Trine University;
(xxv) University of Evansville;
(xxvi) University of Indianapolis;
(xxvii) University of Notre Dame;
(xxviii) University of Saint Francis;
(xxix) Valparaiso University; and
(xxx) Wabash College;
or is accredited by the board for proprietary education under IC 21-18.5-6 or an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education.
(2) Ivy Tech Community College.
(3) A hospital that operates a nursing diploma program that is accredited by the Indiana state board of nursing.
(4) A postsecondary credit bearing proprietary educational institution that meets the following requirements:
(A) Is incorporated in Indiana, or is registered as a foreign corporation doing business in Indiana.
(B) Is fully accredited by and is in good standing with the board for proprietary education under IC 21-18.5-6.
(C) Is accredited by and is in good standing with a regional or national accrediting agency.
(D) Offers a course of study that is at least eighteen (18) consecutive months in duration (or an equivalent to be determined by the board for proprietary education under IC 21-18.5-6) and that leads to an associate or a baccalaureate degree recognized by the board for proprietary education under IC 21-18.5-6.
(E) Is certified by the board for proprietary education as meeting the requirements of this subdivision.
(5) A postsecondary SEI affiliated educational institution.
(1) A state educational institution.
(2) A nonprofit college or university.
(3) A postsecondary credit bearing proprietary educational institution that is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education.
(4) A postsecondary SEI affiliated educational institution.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 21. Higher Education § 21-7-13-6 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-21-higher-education/in-code-sect-21-7-13-6.html
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