TITLE 17. EDUCATION
CHAPTER 10. INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING IN GENERAL
PART I. AUTHORITY TO CONFER DEGREES
SUBPART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
17:2052 Continuation of right to confer degrees
From and after July 20, 1900, all colleges, universities or other institutions of learning, their successors and assigns, to which had theretofore been granted the right to confer literary honors, degrees, or diplomas (such as are usually conferred by colleges and universities) of an academic character, shall continue to enjoy such right, regardless of limitation of time placed upon the exercise thereof by the legislative act granting the same.
All such literary honors, diplomas, or degrees, conferred by such institutions, since the expiration of the period of time fixed by the legislative act granting the right to confer the same, shall have full force and effect whether theretofore or thereafter conferred.