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WAC 250-76-050

Terms of award.

(1) Scholarship amounts.
(a) The amount of the scholarship for an undergraduate student shall be determined by the higher education coordinating board in consultation with the advisory committee, not to exceed the student's demonstrated financial need.
(b) The amount of the scholarship for a graduate student shall be determined by the higher education coordinating board in consultation with the advisory committee, not to exceed:
(i) The student's demonstrated financial need, or
(ii) The stipend of a teaching assistant, including tuition, at the University of Washington, whichever is higher.
(c) In calculating a student's need, the board shall consider the student's costs for tuition, fees, books, supplies, transportation, room, board, personal expenses, and child care.
(d) The maximum yearly scholarship for any student may not exceed the maximum possible scholarship received for a student attending the University of Washington.
(e) Monetary awards made from this endowment may not replace any other state or federal student financial aid grant which would otherwise be made available to the student. If the recipient of this award is also a recipient of other student aid, it is the intent of this program that the institution presume that the endowment award be used to fill an unmet financial need or replace loans.
(2) Term of scholarship award.
A student is eligible to receive a scholarship for a maximum of five years. In order to receive the scholarship award beyond the first year, the student must continue to meet eligibility and selection criteria as defined in WAC 250-76-020 (3)(4)(5), 250-76-030, and 250-76-040(3) of these rules. The following additional criteria may be employed by the board in determining renewal of a student's scholarship award: Amount of earnings by the American Indian scholarship endowment fund as managed by the state investment board.
(3) Number of scholarships awarded. The maximum number of scholarships awarded or renewed each year shall be limited by the amount of earnings received by the board from the American Indian scholarship endowment fund as managed by the state investment board. Consideration for funding shall be given to those students eligible to renew their scholarship award.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.108.060, 28B.108.020, 28B.108.050, 28B.108.070, and 2009 c 259 (SSB 5001). WSR 09-23-040, § 250-76-050, filed 11/9/09, effective 12/10/09. Statutory Authority: Chapter 28.108 [28B.108] RCW. WSR 92-04-018, § 250-76-050, filed 1/27/92, effective 2/27/92.]
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