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2019 Statute


13-13a16.Courses of study and degrees; regulation by regents; disposition of fees. The board of regents of said municipal university shall have the power to determine all questions of departments or schools to be established within said municipal university, all courses to be offered, degrees to be conferred, all questions of organization or discipline, and the fees or charges to be paid by those availing themselves of the privileges or opportunities of said university, and to delegate the execution of such details as said board may see fit to the duly authorized agents of said board.

The board shall have the right, after conferring with the president and faculty, to confer all honors, diplomas, certificates and degrees suitable to institutions of the same class. The board shall have the power upon such terms and conditions as it may prescribe, to furnish special courses and courses in vocational education subjects and civic administration and other educational advantages, including the admission of nonmatriculated students within the college buildings or elsewhere, and may grant suitable certificates and vocational education diplomas and degrees to such students as shall have completed the course of study so prescribed. All moneys received, as provided by this section, shall be credited to the general fund of said university, and all expenses incurred in pursuance of this section shall be met from said general funds, subject to the regulation of said board of regents.

History: L. 1925, ch. 111, § 16; L. 1976, ch. 87, § 15; July 1.