About Learning Sites
A learning site is a location of a main campus or branch campus which is under the direct control of the on-site administration of that campus but at a site that is apart from the primary location of that campus. (See Sections 1-3-103 and 2-2-104(b)). Examples of branch location may include government or corporate training, classes for high school students, temporary classroom space, and sites where only portions of a complete program are offered. If the proposed campus is separate from the main campus, the students cannot easily avail themselves of the student services at the main campus, and a complete program is offered to the general public at the site, it meets the Council’s definition of a branch. This location must be reported using Part I of the Branch Campus Application. If the proposed campus does not meet these definitions, or if additional clarification is necessary, please contact the Council office.
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