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A COMPILATION OF FEDERAL

EDUCATION LAWS

VOLUME III_HIGHER EDUCATION

As Amended Through December 1999

PREPARED FOR THE USE OF THE

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND THE

WORKFORCE

OF THE

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Serial No. 106-B

AND FOR THE USE OF THE

COMMITTEE ON HEALTH, EDUCATION,

LABOR, AND PENSIONS

OF THE

UNITED STATES SENATE

S. Prt. 106-30

ONE HUNDRED SLXTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION

SEPTEMBER 1999

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

54-653

WASHINGTON : 1999

For sale by the U.S. Government Printing Office
Superintendent of Documents, Mail Stop: SSOP, Washington, DC 20402-9328

ISBN 0-16-059389-1

Stanford Law Library

3 6105 062 562 850

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND THE WORKFORCE

WILLIAM F. GOODLING, Pennsylvania, Chairman THOMAS E. PETRI, Wisconsin

WILLIAM (BILL) CLAY, Missouri MARGE ROUKEMA, New Jersey

GEORGE MILLER, California CASS BALLENGER, North Carolina

DALE E. KILDEE, Michigan BILL BARRETT, Nebraska

MATTHEW G. MARTINEZ, California JOHN A. BOEHNER, Ohio

MAJOR R. OWENS, New York PETER HOEKSTRA, Michigan

DONALD M. PAYNE, New Jersey HOWARD P. "BUCK" MCKEON, California PATSY T. MINK, Hawaii MICHAEL N. CASTLE, Delaware

ROBERT E. ANDREWS, New Jersey SAM JOHNSON, Texas

TIM ROEMER, Indiana JAMES M. TALENT, Missouri

ROBERT C. SCOTT, Virginia JAMES C. GREENWOOD, Pennsylvania LYNN C. WOOLSEY, California LINDSEY O. GRAHAM, South Carolina CARLOS A. ROMERO-BARCELÓ, Puerto MARK E. SOUDER, Indiana

Rico DAVID M. MCINTOSH, Indiana

CHAKA FATTAH, Pennsylvania CHARLIE NORWOOD, Georgia

RUBEN HINOJOSA, Texas RON PAUL, Texas

CAROLYN MCCARTHY, New York BOB SCHAFFER, Colorado

JOHN F. TIERNEY, Massachusetts FRED UPTON, Michigan

RON KIND, Wisconsin NATHAN DEAL, Georgia

LORETTA SANCHEZ, California VAN HILLEARY, Tennessee

HAROLD E. FORD, JR., Tennessee VERNON J. EHLERS, Michigan

DENNIS J. KUCINICH, Ohio MATT SALMON, Arizona

DAVID WU, Oregon
THOMAS G. TANCREDO, Colorado

RUSH D. HOLT, New Jersey
ERNIE FLETCHER, Kentucky
JIM DEMINT, South Carolina
JOHNNY ISAKSON, Georgia

KEVIN TALLEY, Majority Staff Director
GAIL WEISS, Minority Staff Director

COMMITTEE ON HEALTH, EDUCATION, LABOR, AND PENSIONS

JAMES M. JEFFORDS, Vermont, Chairman JUDD GREGG, New Hampshire

EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts BILL FRIST, Tennessee

CHRISTOPHER J. DODD, Connecticut MIKE De WINE, Ohio

TOM HARKIN, Iowa MICHAEL B. ENZI, Wyoming

BARBARA A. MIKULSKI, Maryland TIM HUTCHINSON, Arkansas

JEFF BINGAMAN, New Mexico SUSAN M. COLLINS, Maine

PAUL D. WELLSTONE, Minnesota SAM BROWNBACK, Kansas

PATTY MURRAY, Washington CHUCK HAGEL, Nebraska

JACK REED, Rhode Island JEFF SESSIONS, Alabama

MARK E. POWDEN, Staff Director

SUSAN K. HATTAN, Deputy Staff Director
J. MICHAEL MYERS, Minority Staff Director and Chief Counsel

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF STATUTES

CONTAINED IN VOLUME III

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Higher Education Act of 1965

Title General Provisions

Part A-Definitions

Part B Additional General Provisions

Part C—Cost of Higher Education

Part D-Administrative Provisions for Delivery of Student Financial

Assistance

Title II— Teacher Quality Enhancement Grants for States and

Partnerships

Title III—Institutional Aid

Part A Strengthening Institutions

Part BStrengthening Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Part C-Endowment Challenge Grants for Institutions Eligible for

Assistance Under Part a or Part B

Part D-Historically Black College and University Capital Financing

Part E–Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program

Subpart 1-Minority Science and Engineering Improvement

Program

Subpart 2–Administrative and General Provisions

Part F-General Provisions

Title IV-Student Assistance

Part A-Grants to Students in Attendance at Institutions of Higher

Education

Subpart 1-Federal Pell Grants

Subpart 2-Federal Early Outreach and Student Services

Programs

Chapter 1-Federal Trio Programs

Chapter 2-Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Un-

dergraduate Programs

Chapter 3—Academic Achievement Incentive Scholarships

Subpart 3–Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity

Grants

Subpart 4Grants to States for State Student Incentives

Subpart 5—Special Programs for Students whose Families are

Engaged in Migrant and Seasonal Farmwork

Subpart 6–Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program

*ERR11*Subpart 7–Child Care Access Means Parents in School

Subpart & Learning Anytime Anywhere Partnerships

Part B-Federal Family Education Loan Program

Part C-Federal Work-Study Programs

Part D-William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program

Part E-Federal Perkins Loans

Part F-Need Analysis

Part G- General Provisions Relating to Student Assistance

Programs

Part #-Program Integrity Triad

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Subpart 1-State Role

Subpart 2–Accrediting Agency Recognition

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