2010 Session

Budget Amendments - SB30 (Conference Report)

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Graduate TAG

Item 137 #1c

Item 137 #1c

First Year - FY2011 Second Year - FY2012
Education: Higher Education
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia FY2011 $193,210 FY2012 $193,210 GF

Page 101, line 12, strike "$66,102,745" and insert "$66,295,955".
Page 101, line 12, strike "$66,102,745" and insert "$66,295,955".
Page 101, line 36, strike the first "$58,263,023" and insert "$58,456,233".
Page 101, line 36, strike the second "$58,263,023" and insert "$58,456,233".
Page 102, line 46, after "medicine." insert:
"Notwithstanding application deadlines contained in the Virginia Administrative Code for the Tuition Assistance Grant program, provided that the institution has received accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the Virginia Tech - Carilion School of Medicine shall be deemed eligible to participate in the Tuition Assistance Grant program beginning with the 2010-2011 academic year."

(This amendment transfers funding from Eastern Virginia Medical School that was inadvertently moved from the tuition assistance grant program in excess of the amounts needed at Eastern Virginia Medical School for financial aid. The amounts will be used for graduate tuition assistance grants. The amendment also allows students from the Carilion School of Medicine entering in Fall 2010 to participate in the graduate Tuition Assistance Grant program.)