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110 ILCS 1005/4

    (110 ILCS 1005/4) (from Ch. 144, par. 124)
    Sec. 4. Upon the filing of an application for a certificate of approval the Board shall make an examination to ascertain:
        1. That each course of instruction to be offered or
given is adequate, suitable, and proper;
        2. That the fee to be charged for the courses of
instruction, and the conditions and terms under which such fees are to be paid are reasonable;
        3. That an adequate physical plant and adequate
facilities are provided;
        4. That the members of the teaching staff are
adequately prepared to fulfill their instructional obligations;
        5. That the institution does not promise or agree to
any right or privilege in respect to professional examinations or to the practice of any profession in violation of the laws of this State;
        6. That the institution does not offer inducements
that are designed to deceive the prospective student or make any promises which it does not have the present means or ability to perform;
        7. That the proposed degree program is educationally
and economically consistent with the educational priorities and needs of this State and meets a need that is not currently met by existing institutions and is supported by clear evidence of need.
    If the examination shows that the applicant has such qualifications a certificate of approval shall be issued.
(Source: P.A. 102-1046, eff. 6-7-22.)