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PDFWAC 250-80-060

Grant disbursement.

(1) In order to receive a scholarship disbursement, eligible students must enroll with at least a half-time status and be considered by the school to be making satisfactory progress in their course of study, according to the school's satisfactory progress policy for federal student aid.
(2) Grants to students will be disbursed in equal payments, once per term, across the three quarter or two semester academic year.
(3) State of Washington public colleges and universities may request payment for funds up to the limit of the per term award for each enrolled eligible student. The state public college or university may apply the proceeds of the scholarship to any outstanding debt owed by the student to the institution. The institution must disburse any remainder directly to the eligible student.
(4) Nonstate institutions may request that checks be written to eligible students attending their schools. The board will write individual warrants payable to each eligible student and delivered to the school for disbursement.
(5) The independent university and the private vocational school must disburse the warrant once the student's half-time or greater enrollment has been verified. The school may not withhold or delay disbursement for any reason other than for less than half-time enrollment. The school has thirty days to either disburse the warrant or return it to the board.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.80.370, 28B.119.010(9) and 28B119.020 [28B.119.020](3). WSR 03-23-119, § 250-80-060, filed 11/19/03, effective 1/1/04. Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.80 RCW and 1999 c 309 § 611(6). WSR 00-08-082, § 250-80-060, filed 4/4/00, effective 5/5/00.]
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