Prior to operating a postsecondary educational
institution in Nevada, you must first obtain licensure from the
Commission on Postsecondary Education. The Commission meets once each quarter
(February, May, August and November) to hear initial licensure applications. To
be considered eligible for an specific meeting, the application must be received
at least 60 days prior to the meeting. Applications received prior to the
deadline will be processed by staff and you will be notified if additional
information or changes are required. Based on the application and information
from other state and federal licensing authorities, a recommendation will be
prepared for presentation to the Commission. You will be provided a copy of the
recommendation and notified of the date, time and place of the meeting. You or
a knowledgeable representative must attend the meeting to respond to any
questions the Commission may have.
A major part of processing your application
involves obtaining curriculum approval from a subject matter expert (there may
be a nominal charge) and no application will be placed on the agenda until such
time as the curriculum has been reviewed and approved. Submitting your
application at or near the deadline could delay your application if there are
problems with curriculum approval.
Bonding requirements will be determined on the
number of anticipated number of students enrolled in the first year of
operating, times the tuition, times the ratio of course length to one year.
Bond amount may also be affected by actual financial statement.
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