The following are proposed rules that the Missouri Department of Higher Education has submitted to the Secretary of State for publication in the Missouri Register. These rules will not go into effect until the public has had an opportunity to submit written comments and attend a public hearing, if one is scheduled.
The instructions for submitting comments and the location and date of a hearing, if one is scheduled, are located after the text of each rule. Please note that the official text of a proposed rule is the version that appears in the Missouri Register, not the copy on this site. The link to the Missouri Register will be available in the chart below once the proposed rule is published. Refer to the Missouri Register if you wish to submit comments.
|Proposed Rule||Summary||Fiscal Note(s)||Supporting Documents||Link to Missouri Register||Small Business Impact Statement||Date Posted|
|6 CSR 10-12.010||This proposed rule establishes policies and procedures for the administration of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA). The goal of SARA is to provide a more efficient, effective and uniform system for the delivery and oversight of distance education between and among participating states and institutions. The proposed rule defines pertinent terms, outlines responsibilities of the Department of Higher Education and participating institutions, and describes the complaint process to which participating institutions agree to adhere.||
PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately one hundred twelve thousand five hundred dollars ($112,500) annually in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed rule will cost private entities approximately one hundred twenty-one thousand five hundred dollars ($121,500) annually in the aggregate.
|Not Applicable||1/2/15 Volume 40, No. 1||This proposed amendment will not have an economic impact on small businesses.||12/29/2014|
|6 CSR 10-2.140||This proposed amendment adds the definition of “located in Missouri” to Section (1) for the purposes of establishing institutional eligibility to participate in state student assistance programs.||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||10/1/14 Volume 39, No. 19||
This proposed amendment will not have an economic impact on small businesses.
|6 CSR 10-2.190||
This proposed amendment revises the definition of “good-faith effort” in Section (1) to provide clarification of terminology and to allow students who meet the requirements of Subsection (2) of Section 173.1110, RSMo to receive A+ reimbursement regardless of their eligibility for federal student aid.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||10/15/14 Volume 39, No. 20||This proposed amendment will not have an economic impact on small businesses.||9/26/2014|
|6 CSR 10-6.040||This proposed rule establishes the policies and procedures for Innovation Education Campuses to receive funding from the Innovation Education Campus Fund established by Section 178.1100, RSMo. It defines pertinent terms, outlines how the Innovation Campus Fund will be administered, lists the verification requirements institutions must meet to receive funding, and describes the five-year compliance review process.||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||10/15/14 Volume 39, No. 20||This proposed amendment will not have an economic impact on small businesses.||9/26/2014|