|(a) The board may issue a temporary faculty license to a person that meets the requirements set forth under Texas Occupations Code §201.308. (b) An applicant for a temporary faculty license under this section shall apply to the board, in writing, on a form prescribed by the board, prior to beginning work at the sponsoring school. The application shall be submitted on the applicant's behalf by the sponsoring school and shall be signed by either the dean of the chiropractic school or the president of the institution. (c) In order to receive a license under this section, a person must sign and agree to the following oath: "I affirm that I have read and that I am familiar with the Texas Chiropractic Act and the Board's rules. I affirm that I will abide by the requirements of the Act and the Board's rules while practicing under this license. I acknowledge that this license grants me a limited privilege to practice chiropractic in Texas and that while practicing under this license I will be subject to the oversight and disciplinary authority of the Board and my sponsoring chiropractic school." (d) A person practicing under a temporary faculty license may either apply for a renewal of that license or apply for a permanent unrestricted license as provided for under this chapter. If a person has filed either an application for renewal or an application for a permanent unrestricted license, a person may continue to practice under an expired temporary faculty license while the board is evaluating the person's application and while waiting for the results of any examination required for permanent licensure.