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(C) If enrolled for the equivalent of 4.5 hours in a reg-
ular semester or 50 percent of the normal full-time enrollment of the
student's program of study--50% of the maximum award; and
(D) If enrolled for fewer than 4.5 hours in a regular
semester or less than 50 percent of the normal full-time enrollment of
the student's program of study--25% of the maximum award.
(3) At institutions with regular semesters, awards to a 2006
Revised TEG Program student who is enrolled for a limited number of
hours due to a hardship as referred to in 22.24(e) of this title (relating
to Provisions that Apply Only to 2006 Revised TEG Program Students)
shall be made on a pro rata basis of a full-time award in keeping with
subsection (g) of this section.
22.27. Adjustments to Awards.
If a student officially withdraws from enrollment, or for some other
reason the amount of a student's disbursement exceeds the amount the
student is eligible to receive, the institution shall follow its general in-
stitutional refund policy in determining the amount by which the award
is to be reduced.
(1) Such funds should be re-awarded to other eligible stu-
dents attending the institution. If funds cannot be re-awarded, they
should be returned to the Board by no later than the end of the state
fiscal year for which they were allocated to the institution.
(2) If the student withdraws or drops classes after the end
of the institution's refund period, no refunds are due to the program.
22.28. Late Disbursements.
(a) A student may receive a disbursement after the end of
his/her period of enrollment if the student:
(1) Owes funds to the institution for the period of enroll-
ment for which the award is being made; or
(2) Received a student loan that is still outstanding for the
period of enrollment.
(b) Funds that are disbursed after the end of the student's pe-
riod of enrollment must be used to either pay the student's outstanding
balance from his/her period of enrollment at the institution or to make
a payment against an outstanding student loan received during that pe-
riod of enrollment. Under no circumstances are funds to be released to
(c) Documentation must be retained by the institution, prov-
ing the late-disbursed funds were used to make a payment against an
outstanding balance at the institution from the relevant period of en-
rollment and/or to make a payment against an outstanding loan taken
out for the period of enrollment.
(d) Unless granted an extension by the staff of the Coordinat-
ing Board, late disbursements must be processed prior to the end of the
state fiscal year for which the funds were allocated to the institution.
,22.29. Allocation and Reallocation of Funds.
(a) Allocations. Available program funds will be allocated to
each participating institution in proportion to each institution's TEG
need, as calculated by the Board staff based on responses from institu-
tions to the annual TEG Need Survey.
(b) Reallocations. Institutions will have until a date specified
by Board staff via a policy memo addressed to the Program Officer at
the institution to encumber the program funds that have been allocated
to them. On that date, institutions lose claim to any funds not yet drawn
down from the Board for immediate disbursement to students. The
funds released in this manner are available to the Board for reallocation
to other institutions. If necessary for ensuring the full use of funds,
subsequent reallocations may be scheduled until all funds are awarded
,22.30. Authority to Transfer Funds.
Institutions participating in the Tuition Equalization Grant and Texas
College Work-Study Program, in accordance with instructions from
Board staff, may transfer in a given fiscal year up to the lesser of 10
percent or $10,000 between these programs.
,22.31. Dissemination of Information and Rules.
The Board is responsible for publishing and disseminating general in-
formation and program rules for the program described in this subchap-
(a) Each year, the Board shall include as a part of the annual fi-
nancial aid report mandated in Texas Education Code 61.230 a break-
down of Tuition Equalization Grant recipients by ethnicity, indicating
the percentage of each ethnic group that received Tuition Equalization
Grant funds for the academic year at each institution.
Qb Each year, participating institutions shall submit the TEG
Need Survey, a student-by-student report that reflects its students' need
for TEG funds.
(c) Each year, participating institutions shall submit a year-end
student-by-student report that reflects how TEG program monies allo-
cated to the institution were disbursed to award recipients.
This agency hereby certifies that the proposal has been reviewed
by legal counsel and found to be within the agency's legal author-
ity to adopt.
Filed with the Office of the Secretary of State on August 9, 2010.
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Proposed date of adoption: October 28, 2010
For further information, please call: (512) 427-6114
TITLE 22. EXAMINING BOARDS
PART 11. TEXAS BOARD OF NURSING
CHAPTER 217. LICENSURE, PEER
ASSISTANCE AND PRACTICE
22 TAC 217.6, 217.9
INTRODUCTION. The Texas Board of Nursing (Board) proposes
amendments to 217.6 (relating to Failure to Renew License)
and 217.9 (relating to Inactive Status). The proposed amend-
ments are authorized under the Occupations Code 53.021(b),
301.261, 301.301, 301.302, 301.303, 301.4535, and 301.151
and are necessary to: (i) clarify the existing requirements that
apply to the reactivation of an expired (delinquent) or inactive
nursing license; (ii) specify the new requirements that will apply
to the reactivation of an expired (delinquent) or inactive nurs-
ing license; (iii) provide additional guidance regarding the con-
tent requirements of a refresher course, extensive orientation
to the practice of nursing, and nursing program of study (re-
fresher coursess; (iv) ensure consistency among the require-
ments of 217.6 and 217.9; and (v) prevent individuals with se-
rious and potentially disqualifying histories from renewing delin-
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