CHAPTER 1071OPERATION OF POSTSECONDARY SCHOOLS — ACCREDITATION REQUIREMENTSH.F. 2341AN ACT relating to the operation of certain schools under the purview of the college student aid commission.Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:   Section 1.   NEW SECTION.  261B.13  Prohibition.   1.  Notwithstanding any other provision in this chapter, a school or other entity that grants a degree shall not conduct any portion of a course of instruction or any aspect of its operations or otherwise establish a presence in this state if, with the exception of a school that qualifies for an exemption under section 261B.11, subsection 1, paragraph “h”, the school or other entity is not accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States department of education.   2.  A school registered under this chapter or otherwise authorized to operate under the laws of this state shall not enter into an agreement to conduct a course of instruction, confer a degree, or conduct any other aspect of its operation with another school that is in violation of this section.   3.  This section shall not apply to a foreign medical school that is accredited by a foreign entity recognized by the national committee on foreign medical education and accreditation.Approved April 6, 2016