- • probation
- • suspension or revocation of licenses
(1) On the written complaint of any person, the Higher Education Coordinating Commission shall, and on the commission’s own motion may, investigate the actions of any career school or agent, or any person who assumes to act in either capacity within this state.
(2) As a result of the investigation, and in addition to any penalty that may be imposed under ORS 345.992 (Civil penalties), the commission may place a licensee on probation or may suspend or revoke any license issued under ORS 345.010 (Definitions for ORS 345.010 to 345.450 and 345.992 to 345.997) to 345.450 (Annual inspection fee) when the licensee has:
(a) Obtained a license by misrepresentation.
(b) Violated ORS 345.010 (Definitions for ORS 345.010 to 345.450 and 345.992 to 345.997) to 345.450 (Annual inspection fee) or any applicable rule.
(c) Ceased to engage in the business authorized by the license.
(d) Willfully used or employed any method, act or practice declared unlawful by ORS 646.608 (Additional unlawful business, trade practices).
(3) When notice of suspension or revocation is issued, the licensee shall be notified and, upon request, shall be granted a contested case hearing under ORS 183.310 (Definitions for chapter) (2).
(4) A licensee placed on probation must be formally notified by the commission that it has deficiencies that must be corrected within a time specified in the notice.
(5) A licensee whose license is suspended is prohibited from advertising, recruiting or enrolling students but may remain in operation to complete training of students enrolled on the effective date of the suspension.
(6) A licensee whose license has been revoked is not authorized to continue in operation on and after the effective date of the revocation. [Amended by 1965 c.409 §3; 1975 c.478 §13; 1989 c.333 §12; 1993 c.45 §265; 1995 c.343 §11; 2012 c.104 §32]
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