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Section 1713.25 | Institutions may change name or purpose.


The board of trustees of an institution of learning incorporated under the authority of this state for the sole purpose of promoting education, religion and morality, or the fine arts, at a regular or special meeting of such board called for that purpose, after thirty days' actual notice to each trustee, may change the name and enlarge the purposes and objects of such institution of learning, by amendment to its charter, approved by a majority of the board.

No institution as defined in section 1713.01 of the Revised Code or school that holds a certificate of registration issued by the state board of career colleges and schools pursuant to division (C) of section 3332.05 of the Revised Code, that has been issued a certificate of authorization by the chancellor of higher education shall change the purposes of the institution without giving written notice to the chancellor, who shall issue an amended certificate of authorization to the institution or school upon receipt of such notice.

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