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110 ILCS 1005/3

    (110 ILCS 1005/3) (from Ch. 144, par. 123)
    Sec. 3. (a) Applications submitted to the Board for a certificate of approval to operate a post-secondary educational institution shall contain a statement of the following:
        1. the proposed name of the institution and its
proposed location;
        2. the nature, extent and purposes of the courses of
study to be given;
        3. the fees to be charged and the conditions under
which the fees are to be paid;
        4. the education and experience of the members of
the teaching staff;
        5. the degrees to be issued to students upon
completion of courses of instruction.
    (b) The Board may not approve any application for a certificate of approval that has been plagiarized, in part or in whole. Additionally, the Board may not approve any application that has not been completed in its entirety and such application shall be returned to the post-secondary educational institution.
(Source: P.A. 102-1046, eff. 6-7-22.)