(A) The premises, equipment, and facilities of the approved school shall comply with all local, city, country, and state regulations, such as fire, building, and sanitation codes.
(B) Auction schools shall prohibit the serving or obtaining of alcoholic beverages in the classroom and any other areas that students would have access to during the time class is in session and during breaks, including restrooms and hallways.No part of this rule shall be construed to prohibit the use of facilities such as hotels, motels, and convention centers as school premises, so long as those venues do not serve alcohol in rooms where auction school instruction is taking place.
(C) The auction school shall disclose the full cost of the course including tuition, books, and required materials to all students before enrollment.
(D) Each approved auction school shall establish a refund policy, which shall be included in all printed materials related to the offering of the course. The refund policy shall be available for review and acceptance by the student at the time of enrollment.
(E) If a course session is canceled, the auction school must make reasonable efforts to notify all individuals who have enrolled in it at least three days in advance of the first scheduled class.
(F) Each auction school shall maintain records for each enrollee that attends an approved course offered by the school. The records shall be maintained for a minimum of ten years. The records shall include:
(1) Attendance records;
(2) Examination score records;
(3) Student course evaluations;
(4) Duplicate copies of the letter of completion or the ability to reproduce duplicate completion letter; and
(5) Student transcripts.