WVC 18 B- 4 - 3
§18B-4-3. Authority to participate in reciprocal regional and
interstate higher educational agreements.
In order to provide higher educational opportunities at
minimum cost to students and the state, the governing boards, on
behalf of the state of West Virginia, are authorized and empowered
to participate in the Southern Regional Education Board interstate
agreement, namely the Academic Common Market, and in such other
regional and interstate agreements determined to be mutually
beneficial to the citizens of the participating states and which
provide an opportunity for qualified nonresident students to enroll
in selected programs and curricula on a resident tuition and fee
charge basis. Each governing board is specifically authorized to
waive the collection of nonresident tuition and fee charges for
students from other states enrolled in programs and curricula under
the jurisdiction of and approved by the governing board as a part
of a regional or interstate agreement.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2014 1st Special Session
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