2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 21: State and Private Education Institutions
Article 23: Post-Secondary Educational Institution Act, 21-23-1 through 21-23-15
Section 21-23-6.1: Licensure of career schools; licensure of certain colleges and universities.


NM Stat § 21-23-6.1 (1996 through 1st Sess 50th Legis) What's This?

21-23-6.1. Licensure of career schools; licensure of certain colleges and universities.

A. A career school or nonregionally accredited college or university operating in New Mexico shall be licensed by the commission. It is unlawful to operate a career school or nonregionally accredited college or university without first obtaining a license from the commission.

B. A college or university operating in New Mexico that is not regionally accredited or seeking regional accreditation by an accrediting agency approved by the commission shall be licensed by the commission in the manner provided for career schools or nonregionally accredited colleges or universities. It is unlawful to operate a college or university that is not accredited or seeking accreditation by an accrediting agency approved by the commission without first obtaining a license from the commission.

C. No person other than an employee of an institution licensed pursuant to this section shall, for a salary or fee, solicit attendance at that institution.

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