2018 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 70. Schools
§70-624. Revocation or termination of student loans, grants, etc. - Grounds
Any student loan, grant, fellowship, teaching fellowship or other means of financial assistance authorized by and/or under the control of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, any operating Board of Regents of Oklahoma Universities or Colleges, or any employee or employees of any university, college or other institution of higher learning, whether such loan, grant, fellowship, teaching fellowship or other means of financial assistance be financed by state or federal funds, or both, may be revoked or terminated by the person or persons authorizing and/or controlling same for any of the following reasons:
1. unlawful participation in a riot as defined by the Penal Code;
2. unlawful manufacture, preparation, delivery, sale, offering for sale, barter, furnishing, giving away, possession, control, use or administering of narcotic drugs, marijuana, barbiturates or stimulants;
3. willful or unlawful destruction of or damage to state property;
4. conviction, while enrolled in such university, college or other institution of higher learning, of a crime involving conversion of property or moral turpitude.
Added by Laws 1970, c. 146, § 1, emerg. eff. April 7, 1970.