2011 ORS § 348.612¹
Revocation of approval
  • hearing

The Higher Education Coordinating Commission may revoke or suspend any approval given to a school under ORS 348.606 (Conferring or offering of degree before approval obtained prohibited) for proper cause after a hearing. Such hearing shall be held only after the school has been given 20 days notice in writing of the time and place of such hearing. Hearings shall be held in accordance with the rules of the commission adopted under ORS 348.530 (Powers). [1997 c.652 §13; 2011 c.637 §188]

Note: The amendments to 348.612 (Revocation of approval) by section 188, chapter 637, Oregon Laws 2011, become operative July 1, 2012. See section 292, chapter 637, Oregon Laws 2011. The text that is operative until July 1, 2012, is set forth for the users convenience.

348.612 (Revocation of approval). The Oregon Student Access Commission may revoke or suspend any approval given to a school under ORS 348.606 (Conferring or offering of degree before approval obtained prohibited) for proper cause after a hearing. Such hearing shall be held only after the school has been given 20 days notice in writing of the time and place of such hearing. Hearings shall be held in accordance with the rules of the commission adopted under ORS 348.530 (Powers).