|(a) Institutions shall report off-campus courses submitted
for formula funding in accordance with the Board's uniform reporting
system and the provisions of this subchapter.
(b) Institutions shall not submit for formula funding
courses in out-of-state or out-of-country programs, except that a
Texas public community college may submit for formula funding courses
taught in an approved program offered at a regional airport located
no more than five miles across a state line, provided the regional
(1) is located in the same Metropolitical Area or Nonmetropolitan
Area as promulgated by the United States Office of Management and
Budget as the Texas college offering the program;
(2) serves Texas residents; and
(3) supports the Texas region's economy.
(c) Institutions shall not submit self-supporting courses
for formula funding.
(d) Institutions shall not submit non-state funded
lower-division credit courses to Regional Councils.
(e) Institutions shall not jeopardize or diminish the
status of formula-funded on-campus courses and programs in order to
offer self-supporting courses. Self-supporting courses shall not be
a substitute for offering a sufficient number of formula-funded on-campus
(f) For courses not submitted for formula funding,
institutions shall charge fees that are equal to or greater than Texas
resident tuition and applicable fees, and that are sufficient to cover
the total cost of instruction and overhead, including administrative
costs, benefits, computers and equipment, and other related costs.
Institutions shall report fees received for self-supporting and out-of-state/country
courses in accordance with general institutional accounting practices.