OAR 575-067-0002


“Eligible institution” means any Oregon community college operated under ORS chapter 341, any Oregon public university listed in ORS 352.002 (Public universities), Oregon Health and Science University, or a qualifying private nonprofit institution which meets the criteria defined in ORS 348.597 (Applicability of ORS 348.594 to 348.615)(2) for exemption from ORS 348.597 (Applicability of ORS 348.594 to 348.615) to 348.615 (Appeal procedure).


“Good standing” means the qualified student has a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher or is maintaining satisfactory academic progress as defined by the institution in accordance with federal Title IV regulations and guidelines.


“Home Institution” means the institution that grants a certificate or degree upon the student’s completion of an eligible program. It is the institution that determines the student’s eligibility for federal and state financial aid, disburses funds to the student, and is responsible for determining applicant eligibility.


“Tuition” means the amount charged to a student for a course and is based upon the number of credit hours for which the course is offered.
(5) “Certificate of completion” is a form of recognition awarded by an eligible institution for meeting the minimum occupational course, curriculum or proficiency requirements at the undergraduate level. Certificates of completion for certificate programs must be state-approved, if so required by OAR 589-006-0300, have a defined job entry point, represent collegiate-level work, be credit bearing, and meet Commission standards (ORS 350.075 (Powers, duties and functions), Powers, duties and functions; rules) and criteria.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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