1. The amount of a tuition grant to a qualified full-time student for the fall and spring semesters, or the trimester equivalent, shall be the amount of the student's financial need for that period. However, a tuition grant shall not exceed the lesser of:
a. The total tuition and mandatory fees for that student for two semesters or the trimester or quarter equivalent, less the base amount determined annually by the college student aid commission, which base amount shall be within ten dollars of the average tuition for two semesters or the trimester equivalent of undergraduate study at the state universities under the board of regents, but in any event the base amount shall not be less than four hundred dollars; or
b. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1995, and for each following fiscal year, two thousand nine hundred dollars.
2. The amount of a tuition grant to a qualified part-time student enrolled in a course of study including at least three semester hours but fewer than twelve semester hours for the fall and spring semesters, or the trimester or quarter equivalent, shall be equal to the amount of a tuition grant that would be paid to a full-time student times a number which represents the number of hours in which the part- time student is actually enrolled divided by twelve semester hours, or the trimester or quarter equivalent.
[C71, 73, 75, 77, 79, 81, § 261.12]
83 Acts, ch 197, § 13; 84 Acts, ch 1302, § 16; 85 Acts, ch 263, § 16; 88 Acts, ch 1284, § 27; 89 Acts, ch 300, § 3; 89 Acts, ch 319, § 43; 90 Acts, ch 1253, § 122; 90 Acts, ch 1272, § 49; 91 Acts, ch 10, §1; 91 Acts, ch 258, §39; 95 Acts, ch 218, § 21
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