§16-99-61

Certificate of completion

§16-99-61 This section is amended to clarify that the date of issuance for a certificate of completion shall be the class completion date.

New Rule

Old Rule
A certificate of completion shall be issued by the school in a form and size approved by the commission, and shall be awarded only to a student who attends eighty per cent of the scheduled classes and who completes with a passing grade the final examination of a course of study conforming to the approved curriculum or who completes an independent study course under section 16-99-52.1. The certificate shall be valid for a period of two years from the date of issuance. The date of issuance shall be the class completion date.
A certificate of completion shall be issued by the school in a form and size approved by the commission, and shall be awarded only to a student who attends eighty per cent of the scheduled classes and who completes with a passing grade the final examination of a course of study conforming to the approved curriculum or who completes an independent study course under section 16-99-52.1. The certificate shall be valid for a period of two years from the date of issuance.