(A) The board may investigate allegations that a board-approved doctor of chiropractic degree program is not complying with the following :
(1) The "CCE Accreditation Standards; Principles, Processes & Requirements for Accreditation, January 2013" (hereinafter "Standards") promulgated by the council on chiropractic education (hereinafter "CCE" or "Council")
(2) If a "CCE" accredited program, maintaining that accreditation;
(3) If not a "CCE" accredited program, complying with the "Standards" as interpreted by the board;
(4) Chapter 4734. of the Revised Code and/or agency4734 of the Administrative Code;
(5) All statutes and rules governing the operation of such a program in its state of domicile;
(B) During an investigation of a program pursuant to this rule, the program shall provide information and documentation requested by the board to complete its investigation. The board may order a site visit as described in rule 4734-5-03 of the Administrative Code.
(C) Once the board has considered the information obtained during its investigation as submitted by the program and/or the board's committee and/or site visitation team, it may propose to either continue to approve or revoke approval of the program. When it is the intention of the board to revoke the status of a board-approved program pursuant to this rule, the board shall issue a notice of intent to revoke approval and opportunity for hearing to the program. The program shall be entitled to a hearing on the question of such proposed revocation. Notice and hearing requirements incident to such proposed denial shall be in compliance with the provisions of Chapter 119. of the Revised Code and Chapter 4734-4 of the Administrative Code.