|(a) General enrollment or contract training courses that are non-credit and do not result in the award of CEUs are not eligible for any state apportionment funding, but a two-year college is free to market such non-credit or non-CEU training to business, industry, and government at whatever rate can be negotiated with the contracting organization. Exceptions regarding programs serving incarcerated students must be submitted to the Coordinating Board staff for review and approval. (b) Courses earning CEUs shall be subject to the guidelines published by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges as a condition of eligibility for state appropriations. (c) All student enrollments for semester hour credit are subject to the provisions of the Texas Success Initiative as applicable. (d) Public two-year colleges providing courses to organizations for which semester hour credits or CEUs are earned must charge out-of-state tuition to non-resident students who are brought from out of state for such contract courses.