Ill. Admin. Code tit. 23, § 2774.20 - Participant Eligibility

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 15, April 8, 2022

a) A student receiving benefits from the College Planning Program must:
1) be a resident of Illinois;
2) be enrolled in the 8th grade at a public school or a nonpublic school in Illinois at the time of application;
3) not be in the custodial care at the time of application of a parent or guardian who has received a postsecondary degree or must qualify to participate in the free and reduced-price lunch program under the School Breakfast and Lunch Program Act at the time of application;
4) together with his or her custodial parent or guardian, must enter into a written College Planning Program Agreement.
b) At any time during a student's participation in the Program, should ISAC discover that the student fails to meet the requirements for participant eligibility, ISAC will notify the student and his/her custodial parent or guardian of the failure to comply with the terms of the Program Agreement. The student shall be afforded the opportunity to cure any failures to comply with the Program Agreement within 30 days. If the student thereafter fails to meet the requirements described in the Program Agreement, the student shall be disqualified from further participation in the Program. A student that has been disqualified from participation in the program is disqualified from all future receipt of Program services and benefits that are not available to all students in Illinois.
c) ISAC may require students and their custodial parent or guardian to submit an annual certification of eligibility.

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Ill. Admin. Code tit. 23, § 2774.20

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