(a) Amount of Assistance.— The amount of the financial assistance provided an individual under the scholarship program under this chapter shall be the amount determined by the Secretary as being necessary to pay the tuition and fees of the individual. In the case of an individual enrolled in a program of study leading to a dual degree or certification in both the areas of study described in section
7501(a)(1) of this title, the tuition and fees shall not exceed the amounts necessary for the minimum number of credit hours to achieve such dual degree or certification.
(b) Relationship to Other Assistance.— Financial assistance may be provided to an individual under the scholarship program to supplement other educational assistance to the extent that the total amount of educational assistance received by the individual during an academic year does not exceed the total tuition and fees for such academic year.
(c) Maximum Amount of Assistance.—
(1)The total amount of assistance provided under the scholarship program for an academic year to an individual who is a full-time student may not exceed $15,000.
(2)In the case of an individual who is a part-time student, the total amount of assistance provided under the scholarship program shall bear the same ratio to the amount that would be paid under paragraph (1) if the participant were a full-time student in the program of study being pursued by the individual as the coursework carried by the individual to full-time coursework in that program of study.
(3)The total amount of assistance provided to an individual under the scholarship program may not exceed $45,000.
(d) Maximum Duration of Assistance.— Financial assistance may not be provided to an individual under the scholarship program for more than six academic years.
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