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RULE §82.74 Responsibilities--Withdrawal, Reentry, or Transfer of Student

Published: 2015

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(a) Withdrawal. Except for a documented leave of absence, schools shall electronically submit a student's withdrawal or termination to the department within 10 calendar days after the withdrawal or termination. Except for a documented leave of absence, a school shall terminate a student who does not attend a barber curriculum for 30 days. (b) Reentry. If a student returns to the same barber school after interruption, the school shall notify the department in writing, and a student permit shall be reissued. (c) Transfer of student hours between Texas schools. When a barber school accepts a transfer of a student from another school, the accepting school shall notify the department of the transfer, on a form prescribed by the department, and request that the department issue a new student permit for the transferring student.   (1) Upon receipt of the accepting school's notification of transfer, the department shall notify the school at which the student was formerly enrolled of such transfer.   (2) Upon receipt of the department's transfer notification, the manager or owner of the barber school shall, within seven days of receipt of the department's transfer notification, send to the department the student permit with the following information written on the permit:     (A) the last day of the student's attendance;     (B) the number of credit hours accrued by the student; and     (C) the manager's or owner's signature. (d) Transfer of student hours from out of state.   (1) A student may transfer to Texas hours of barber training received from a school of another state by providing the following to the department:     (A) an official transcript from the school attended, showing hours credited;     (B) a statement from the licensing authority of the other state showing hours credited; and     (C) proof of at least a seventh grade education.   (2) If the student has not completed 1,500 hours in another state, credit for hours completed will be given when he or she is enrolled in a Texas barber school and when a student permit is issued.

Source Note: The provisions of this §82.74 adopted to be effective August 1, 2006, 31 TexReg 5947