1. Lee University will be responsible for ensuring all on-site programs are approved for this location by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
  2. Lee will maintain responsibility for the development, approval, instruction, and evaluation of all on-site educational programs at this location.
  3. Lee will ensure that there is a sufficient number of faculty qualified to develop, design, and teach the courses for all on-site programs.
  4. Lee program coordinators will review the credentials of ETS faculty according to the guidelines of SACSCOC and approve those with the appropriate credentials.
  5. When available, Lee faculty will travel to ETS to teach courses in this program to ensure quality and consistency with similar on-campus programs. Lee program coordinators will determine which Lee faculty are best prepared to teach classes. 
  6. Lee will pay the salary and airfare from the United States for Lee faculty who participate in the program.
  7. While the recruitment and admission processes are managed through ETS, the respective program coordinators will have final approval of students' acceptance into the programs.
  8. The program coordinators at Lee will be responsible for reviewing all transfer work for prospective students to determine academic transfer credit according to university policy. They will work with ETS's appropriate administrator(s) to gather the necessary documents and communicate decisions to students. 
  9. Lee University will give ETS students access to the electronic resources of the Squires Library.
  10. The program coordinators at Lee will certify all students for graduation upon notification from the appropriate administrator(s) at ETS.
  11. All students completing the requirements for graduation in a program offered at ETS will receive a Lee University diploma and transcript.
  12. Lee will maintain the official records of student enrollment, course completion, and graduation in the Office of Records in Cleveland, TN.
  13. Lee agrees to maintain each program once it has begun so that all enrolled students can complete their program in a reasonable timeframe.