(A) An exemption from the payment of one hundred per cent of the general and instructional fees at colleges and universities which receive support from the state of Ohio and are approved by the chancellor of the board of regents, except that the percentage may be reduced by the war orphans scholarship board in any year that insufficient funds are appropriated to fully fund scholarships for all eligible students;
(B) A grant to an eligible child who is enrolled in an institution that has received a certificate of authorization from the board of regents under Chapter 1713. of the Revised Code, or a private institution exempt from regulation under Chapter 3332. of the Revised Code as prescribed in section 3333.046 of the Revised Code, or an institution that has received a certificate of registration from the state board of proprietary school registration. Students who attend an institution that holds a certificate of registration shall be enrolled in either a program leading to an associate degree or a program leading to a bachelor's degree for which associate or bachelor's degree program the institution has received program authorization issued under section 3332.05 of the Revised Code to offer such degree program. The grant shall be paid to the child through the institution in which the child is enrolled, and shall equal one hundred per cent of the average value of all scholarships granted under division (A) of this section during the preceding year, except that the percentage may be reduced by the war orphans scholarship board in any year that insufficient funds are appropriated to fully fund scholarships for all eligible students. In no case shall the grant exceed the total general and instructional charges of the institution.
The board shall not reduce the percentage to be paid for scholarships awarded pursuant to section 5910.032 of the Revised Code below one hundred per cent.
Cite as R.C. § 5910.04
History. Effective Date: 02-20-2002
Related Legislative Provision: See 129th General AssemblyFile No.39, SB 171, §4