4830.7500 Amount And Term Of Grants


Published: 2015

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4830.7500 AMOUNT AND TERM OF GRANTS.


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Subpart 1.

[Repealed, 19 SR 1636]


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Subp. 2.

Amount.

The amount of a grant must be based on:

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A.

the cost of child care for each child 12 years old or younger, or 14 years old or younger if the child is disabled as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 120.03;


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B.

the provider's charge up to a maximum rate established each year by the office;


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C.

the student's enrollment status; and


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D.

the award chart prepared by the office.
The institution shall estimate the amount of child care needed for the academic year and summer terms, and may add an amount up to that estimated cost to the institution's normal student budget used to calculate the student's financial need. The child care grant and other forms of financial aid may be used to pay for the child care if the expense is not covered by other funds.



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Subp. 2a.

[Repealed, L 2015 c 69 art 3 s 27]


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Subp. 2b.

[Repealed, L 2015 c 69 art 3 s 27]


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Subp. 2c.

Summer term grant.

Students attending summer school may receive an additional grant per eligible child up to one-third of the academic year grant described in subpart 2a for quarter-based schools and up to one-half the academic year grant described in subpart 2a for semester-based schools.


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Subp. 3.

[Repealed, 19 SR 1636]


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Subp. 3a.

Annual grant amount.

The annual maximum grant per eligible child must not exceed the calculated amount in subpart 2a plus the amount in subpart 2c, or the student's estimated annual child care cost for not more than 40 hours per week per eligible child, whichever is less.