Excerpt from Thirty-First Annual Report of the Illinois State Board Dental Examiners Made to the Governor of Illinois in Pursuance of Law: December 15, 1912
Rule XXIII. In the publication of the names of students in the annual announcements of colleges recognized by this board, those students who have been transferred during the session shall be indicated. All certificates of preliminary educational qualifications of such students before being accepted shall be verified by correspondence with the authorities issuing said certificates.
Rule XXIV. A careful arrangement of the curriculum is recommended. Proper records shall be kept of the attendance, examinations, markings and standing of each student for reference for at least one year after graduation.
Rule XXV. Colleges, in order to obtain recognition, must, through their officers, make application to the board, accompanying it with authentic copies of the announcements, schedules of lectures, quiz and examination questions, or so much of them as the board may require, to form an intelligent judg ment, and there Should also be furnished a statement of the equipment and facilities of the institution, and its legal statutes in other states, particularly its home state, if not located in Illinois.
Rule XXVI. Although a college may have been recognized by this board as reputable, the board reserves the right to withdraw such recognition at any time, when it may deem it for the best interests of the public to do so. The failure of any college to live up to its profession and published announce ments may insolve such-withdrawal of recognition. The president and secre tary of the board are authorized to suspend such recognition pending an investigation, when any charges or facts come under their observation affect ing the standing of such colleges. In addition to the minimum requirements established by the board, colleges will be held to a strict compliance with all their own published requirements, and to the observance of all rules which they profess to Observe and any material deviation therefrom coming to the knowledge of the board may be held sufficient grounds for suspension of recognition as above stated.
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