(1) As required by rule, the commission shall periodically review each license to determine if the institution is in compliance with this chapter and should have its license renewed. The commission may extend an annual or provisional license if a good faith effort has been made by the institution and agent. The commission shall determine what constitutes compliance or a good faith effort and may adopt rules to administer this section.
(2) A licensed independent postsecondary educational institution that seeks to expand or modify its programs or degrees to be conferred or to add new locations must seek prior approval from the commission. The commission shall adopt rules for the approval of modified or additional programs, degrees, and locations.
(3) On the effective date of this act, an institution that, in 2002, held the status of “Permission to Operate” under s. 246.093, Florida Statutes 2001, has 90 days to seek and obtain licensure from the commission. Ninety days after this act takes effect, that status no longer authorizes an institution to operate in Florida.