The following education and educational schools or institutions are exempted from
the provisions of this chapter:
1. Education sponsored by a bona fide trade, business, professional, or fraternal
organization, so recognized by the board, solely for that organization's membership,
or offered on a no-fee basis.
2. Education offered by charitable institutions, organizations, or agencies, so recognized
by the board, provided the education is not advertised or promoted as leading toward
3. Postsecondary educational institutions established, operated, and governed by this
or any other state or its political subdivisions, as determined by the board and any
educational consortium that includes one or more of the institutions.
4. Private four-year institutions chartered or incorporated and operating in the state
prior to July 1, 1977, so long as the institutions retain accreditation by national
or regional accrediting agencies recognized by the United States office of education.
5. Schools of nursing regulated under chapter 43-12.1.
6. Native American colleges operating in this state, established by federally recognized
7. Postsecondary educational institutions not operating in this state.
8. Institutions whose only physical presence in this state consists of students enrolled
in practicums, internships, clinicals, or student teaching in this state.
9. Postsecondary career schools regulated under chapter 15-20.4.
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