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Laws: National Guard Tuition Grants

Any qualifying member of the national guard who enrolls in an accredited postsecondary institution in North Dakota may, subject to the limitations of available appropriated funds and subject to national guard rules adopted by the adjutant general, receive a grant in an amount not to exceed the cost of tuition and fees for similar courses and credit hours for each qualifying member of the national guard who is enrolled at the university of North Dakota.
 
Any accredited postsecondary institution that agrees to participate in such a program must waive twenty-five percent of the tuition for qualifying national guardsmen. These grants must be distributed according to rules promulgated by the adjutant general and are available only so long as the member maintains satisfactory performance with the guard, meets the qualification requirements of the rules, and pursues a course of study which satisfies the normal requirements of the school.

Repealed by S.L. 1983, ch. 389, § 2.

It is the responsibility of the individual member of the national guard to request the grant on an application provided by the adjutant general at the time of enrollment for each semester or academic term for which a grant is requested. The grants provided for in this chapter must be paid from such funds as may be appropriated for tuition payment purposes in accordance with chapter 37-07.1.
The adjutant general may adopt, amend, and rescind any national guard regulations, pursuant to chapter 28-32, deemed necessary to implement and administer this chapter.