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§ 20-3-519.3 - Eligibility requirements for a HOPE scholarship at a private postsecondary institution; scholarship amount

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O.C.G.A.20-3-519.3 (2010) 20-3-519.3.Eligibility requirements for a HOPE scholarship at a private postsecondary institution; scholarship amount (a)Tobe eligible for a HOPE scholarship, an entering freshman studentseeking an associate or baccalaureate degree at an eligible privatepostsecondary institution shall:(1)Meet residency requirements by:(A)Meetingthe requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia asestablished by the program regulations promulgated by the GeorgiaStudent Finance Commission; and(B)(i)If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at thetime of graduation from high school or from a home study program meetingthe requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must havemet the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph fora period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or(ii)Ifthe student was not classified as a legal resident at the time ofgraduation from high school or from a home study program meeting therequirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have metthe requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for aperiod of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded.Notwithstandingthe foregoing, a dependent child of military personnel stationed inGeorgia shall be deemed to be a legal resident of Georgia and, subjectto meeting all other eligibility requirements, shall be eligible toreceive the HOPE scholarship as a freshman if the student graduated froma high school located in Georgia or from a home study program meetingthe requirements of Code Section 20-2-690 that is located in Georgia;(2)Meet achievement standards by:(A)Havinggraduated from an eligible high school while meeting the curriculumrequirements of his or her program of study in 1996 or thereafter andmeeting the requirements set out in the applicable paragraph ofsubsection (b) of Code Section 20-2-157;(B)In the case of a student who is otherwise qualified but:(i)Didnot graduate from high school or complete a home study program meetingthe requirements of subsection (c) of Code Section 20-2-690, havingreceived the general educational development (GED) diploma awarded bythe Department of Technical and Adult Education, now known as theTechnical College System of Georgia, after June 30, 1993, provided thatsuch student shall only be eligible for a HOPE scholarship pursuant tosubsection (e) of this Code section;(ii)Completeda home study program meeting the requirements of subsection (c) of CodeSection 20-2-690 in lieu of graduating from an eligible high school,earning a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at an eligiblepublic postsecondary institution at the end of the quarter or semesterin which the student has attempted 45 quarter hours or 30 semesterhours, provided that such student shall be eligible to receive aretroactive HOPE scholarship for such student's freshman year to be paidat the end of the freshman year; or(iii)Graduatedfrom a high school which is not an eligible high school, earning acumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at an eligible publicpostsecondary institution at the end of the quarter or semester in whichthe student has attempted 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours,provided that such student shall be eligible to receive a retroactiveHOPE scholarship for such student's freshman year to be paid at the endof the freshman year; or(C)In the case of an otherwise qualified student who:(i)Didnot graduate from high school or complete a home study program meetingthe requirements of subsection (c) of Code Section 20-2-690 but receivedthe general educational development (GED) diploma awarded by theDepartment of Technical and Adult Education, now known as the TechnicalCollege System of Georgia, after June 30, 1993;(ii)Completeda home study program meeting the requirements of subsection (c) of CodeSection 20-2-690 in lieu of graduating from an eligible high school; or(iii)Graduated from a high school which is not an eligible high school,earninga score in the eighty-fifth percentile or higher nationally on astandardized college admission test, such as the SAT or ACT; and(3)Meet enrollment standards by:(A)Being admitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in a matriculated status; and(B)Beingregistered for and attending classes as at least a half-time studentfor 14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and addperiod.(b)To be eligible for a HOPEscholarship, a sophomore student seeking an associate or baccalaureatedegree at an eligible private postsecondary institution shall:(1)Meet residency requirements by:(A)Meetingthe requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia asestablished by the program regulations promulgated by the GeorgiaStudent Finance Commission; and(B)(i)If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at thetime of graduation from high school or from a home study program meetingthe requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must havemet the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph fora period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or(ii)Ifthe student was not classified as a legal resident at the time ofgraduation from high school or from a home study program meeting therequirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have metthe requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for aperiod of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded;(2)Meet achievement standards by meeting the following criteria:(A)Earning a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at a postsecondary institution:(i)Atthe end of the quarter or semester in which the student has attempted45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours if such student is a full-timestudent; or(ii)At the end ofthree consecutive quarters or semesters if such student is a half-timestudent and has maintained part-time student status for threeconsecutive quarters or semesters; and(B)Maintainingsatisfactory academic progress in a course of study in accordance withthe standards and practices used for federal Title IV programs by thepostsecondary institution in which the student is enrolled; and(3)Meet enrollment standards by:(A)Being admitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in a matriculated status; and(B)Beingregistered for and attending classes as at least a half-time studentfor 14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and addperiod.(c)To be eligible for a HOPEscholarship, a junior student seeking a baccalaureate or firstprofessional degree at an eligible private postsecondary institutionshall:(1)Meet residency requirements by:(A)Meetingthe requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia asestablished by the program regulations promulgated by the GeorgiaStudent Finance Commission; and(B)(i)If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at thetime of graduation from high school or from a home study program meetingthe requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must havemet the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph fora period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or(ii)Ifthe student was not classified as a legal resident at the time ofgraduation from high school or from a home study program meeting therequirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have metthe requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for aperiod of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded;(2)Meet achievement standards by meeting the following criteria:(A)Earninga cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at a postsecondaryinstitution at the end of the quarter or semester in which the studenthas attempted 90 quarter hours or 60 semester hours; and(B)Maintainingsatisfactory academic progress in a course of study in accordance withthe standards and practices used for federal Title IV programs by thepostsecondary institution in which the student is enrolled; and(3)Meet enrollment standards by:(A)Beingadmitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in amatriculated status or provided that in the case of an otherwiseeligible student who is classified as a first professional degreestudent rather than an undergraduate student, have been accepted intothe first professional degree program of study prior to receiving abaccalaureate degree; and(B)Beingregistered for and attending classes as at least a half-time student for14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and addperiod.(d)To be eligible for a HOPEscholarship, a senior student seeking a baccalaureate or firstprofessional degree at an eligible private postsecondary institutionshall:(1)Meet residency requirements by:(A)Meetingthe requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia asestablished by the program regulations promulgated by the GeorgiaStudent Finance Commission; and(B)(i)If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at thetime of graduation from high school or from a home study program meetingthe requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must havemet the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph fora period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or(ii)Ifthe student was not classified as a legal resident at the time ofgraduation from high school or from a home study program meeting therequirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have metthe requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for aperiod of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day ofclasses for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded;(2)Meet achievement standards by meeting the following criteria:(A)Earninga cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at a postsecondaryinstitution at the end of the quarter or semester in which the studenthas attempted 135 quarter hours or 90 semester hours; and(B)Maintainingsatisfactory academic progress in a course of study in accordance withthe standards and practices used for federal Title IV programs by thepostsecondary institution in which the student is enrolled; and(3)Meet enrollment standards by:(A)Beingadmitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in amatriculated status or, in the case of an otherwise eligible student whois classified as a first professional degree student rather than anundergraduate student, being accepted into the first professional degreeprogram of study prior to receiving a baccalaureate degree; and(B)Beingregistered for and attending classes as at least a half-time studentfor 14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and addperiod.(e) (1) (A)An otherwise eligiblefull-time student who fails to maintain a cumulative grade point averageof at least 3.0 at the end of the quarter or semester in which thestudent has attempted 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours may attendthe next 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours without a HOPEscholarship. A full-time student who regains a cumulative grade pointaverage of at least 3.0 at the end of the quarter or semester in whichthe full-time student has attempted 90 quarter hours or 60 semesterhours may requalify for a HOPE scholarship. A full-time student whoregains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at the end ofthe quarter or semester in which the full-time student has attempted 135quarter hours or 90 semester hours may requalify for a HOPEscholarship.(B)An otherwiseeligible half-time student who regains or attains a cumulative gradepoint average of at least 3.0 at the end of a quarter or semester inwhich the half-time student has attempted 45, 90, or 135 quarter hoursor 30, 60, or 90 semester hours may attain or requalify for a HOPEscholarship.(2)In addition to otherrequirements, and regardless of quarter or semester hours of courseworkattempted, a student who fails to possess a cumulative grade pointaverage of at least 3.0 at the end of each spring quarter or semester orat the end of three consecutive quarters or semesters for a half-timestudent pursuant to paragraph (2) of subsection (b) of this Code sectionshall be ineligible for a HOPE scholarship until such time as thestudent regains or attains a cumulative grade point average of at least3.0 at one of the 45, 90, or 135 quarter hour grade point averagecheckpoints or at one of the 30, 60, or 90 semester hour grade pointaverage checkpoints, at which time the student will regain or attaineligibility if other terms and conditions in this Code section are alsosatisfied.(f) (1)Except as set out inparagraph (2) of this subsection, a student may receive a HOPEscholarship until the first of these events:(A)The student has earned a baccalaureate degree; or(B)The student has attempted at any postsecondary institution a total of 190 quarter hours or 127 semester hours.(2)Astudent enrolled in an undergraduate or first professional degreeprogram designed to be more than 190 quarter hours or 127 semester hoursin length is eligible to receive a HOPE scholarship for the lesser of:(A)A total of 225 attempted quarter hours or 150 attempted semester hours; or(B)Thenumber of hours required for graduation if the student has a cumulativegrade point average of at least 3.0 after the term in which the studentattempted 190 quarter hours or 127 semester hours.(3)Notwithstandinganything herein to the contrary, attempted hours shall include allpostsecondary level course hours taken prior to high school graduationif such student does not qualify for the HOPE scholarship as an enteringfreshman based solely on his or her grade point average. As used inthis paragraph, the term "postsecondary level course hours" means hoursaccepted by the student's eligible postsecondary institution for creditwhen the student enters as a freshman.(g)(1)Except as provided for in paragraph (2) of this subsection, subjectto the amounts appropriated by the General Assembly and provisionsrelating to the scholarship shortfall reserve subaccount in Code Section50-27-13, a HOPE scholarship awarded under this Code section shall benot less than $3,000.00 for any academic year.(2)Effectivebeginning with the fall quarter or semester commencing after July 1,2004, subject to the amounts appropriated by the General Assembly andprovisions relating to the scholarship shortfall reserve subaccount inCode Section 50-27-13, a HOPE scholarship awarded under this Codesection shall be not less than $1,500.00 for half-time enrollment and$3,000.00 for full-time enrollment for any academic year.(h)Adependent child of military personnel stationed in Georgia on activeduty shall be deemed to meet the residency requirements of paragraph (1)of subsections (a), (b), (c), and (d) of this Code section.
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  • O.C.G.A. 20-3-519.3 (2010)
    20-3-519.3. Eligibility requirements for a HOPE scholarship at a private postsecondary institution; scholarship amount


    (a) To be eligible for a HOPE scholarship, an entering freshman student seeking an associate or baccalaureate degree at an eligible private postsecondary institution shall:

    (1) Meet residency requirements by:

    (A) Meeting the requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia as established by the program regulations promulgated by the Georgia Student Finance Commission; and

    (B) (i) If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or

    (ii) If the student was not classified as a legal resident at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded.

    Notwithstanding the foregoing, a dependent child of military personnel stationed in Georgia shall be deemed to be a legal resident of Georgia and, subject to meeting all other eligibility requirements, shall be eligible to receive the HOPE scholarship as a freshman if the student graduated from a high school located in Georgia or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690 that is located in Georgia;

    (2) Meet achievement standards by:

    (A) Having graduated from an eligible high school while meeting the curriculum requirements of his or her program of study in 1996 or thereafter and meeting the requirements set out in the applicable paragraph of subsection (b) of Code Section 20-2-157;

    (B) In the case of a student who is otherwise qualified but:

    (i) Did not graduate from high school or complete a home study program meeting the requirements of subsection (c) of Code Section 20-2-690, having received the general educational development (GED) diploma awarded by the Department of Technical and Adult Education, now known as the Technical College System of Georgia, after June 30, 1993, provided that such student shall only be eligible for a HOPE scholarship pursuant to subsection (e) of this Code section;

    (ii) Completed a home study program meeting the requirements of subsection (c) of Code Section 20-2-690 in lieu of graduating from an eligible high school, earning a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at an eligible public postsecondary institution at the end of the quarter or semester in which the student has attempted 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours, provided that such student shall be eligible to receive a retroactive HOPE scholarship for such student's freshman year to be paid at the end of the freshman year; or

    (iii) Graduated from a high school which is not an eligible high school, earning a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at an eligible public postsecondary institution at the end of the quarter or semester in which the student has attempted 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours, provided that such student shall be eligible to receive a retroactive HOPE scholarship for such student's freshman year to be paid at the end of the freshman year; or

    (C) In the case of an otherwise qualified student who:

    (i) Did not graduate from high school or complete a home study program meeting the requirements of subsection (c) of Code Section 20-2-690 but received the general educational development (GED) diploma awarded by the Department of Technical and Adult Education, now known as the Technical College System of Georgia, after June 30, 1993;

    (ii) Completed a home study program meeting the requirements of subsection (c) of Code Section 20-2-690 in lieu of graduating from an eligible high school; or

    (iii) Graduated from a high school which is not an eligible high school,

    earning a score in the eighty-fifth percentile or higher nationally on a standardized college admission test, such as the SAT or ACT; and

    (3) Meet enrollment standards by:

    (A) Being admitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in a matriculated status; and

    (B) Being registered for and attending classes as at least a half-time student for 14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and add period.

    (b) To be eligible for a HOPE scholarship, a sophomore student seeking an associate or baccalaureate degree at an eligible private postsecondary institution shall:

    (1) Meet residency requirements by:

    (A) Meeting the requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia as established by the program regulations promulgated by the Georgia Student Finance Commission; and

    (B) (i) If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or

    (ii) If the student was not classified as a legal resident at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded;

    (2) Meet achievement standards by meeting the following criteria:

    (A) Earning a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at a postsecondary institution:

    (i) At the end of the quarter or semester in which the student has attempted 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours if such student is a full-time student; or

    (ii) At the end of three consecutive quarters or semesters if such student is a half-time student and has maintained part-time student status for three consecutive quarters or semesters; and

    (B) Maintaining satisfactory academic progress in a course of study in accordance with the standards and practices used for federal Title IV programs by the postsecondary institution in which the student is enrolled; and

    (3) Meet enrollment standards by:

    (A) Being admitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in a matriculated status; and

    (B) Being registered for and attending classes as at least a half-time student for 14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and add period.

    (c) To be eligible for a HOPE scholarship, a junior student seeking a baccalaureate or first professional degree at an eligible private postsecondary institution shall:

    (1) Meet residency requirements by:

    (A) Meeting the requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia as established by the program regulations promulgated by the Georgia Student Finance Commission; and

    (B) (i) If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or

    (ii) If the student was not classified as a legal resident at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded;

    (2) Meet achievement standards by meeting the following criteria:

    (A) Earning a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at a postsecondary institution at the end of the quarter or semester in which the student has attempted 90 quarter hours or 60 semester hours; and

    (B) Maintaining satisfactory academic progress in a course of study in accordance with the standards and practices used for federal Title IV programs by the postsecondary institution in which the student is enrolled; and

    (3) Meet enrollment standards by:

    (A) Being admitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in a matriculated status or provided that in the case of an otherwise eligible student who is classified as a first professional degree student rather than an undergraduate student, have been accepted into the first professional degree program of study prior to receiving a baccalaureate degree; and

    (B) Being registered for and attending classes as at least a half-time student for 14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and add period.

    (d) To be eligible for a HOPE scholarship, a senior student seeking a baccalaureate or first professional degree at an eligible private postsecondary institution shall:

    (1) Meet residency requirements by:

    (A) Meeting the requirements to be classified as a legal resident of Georgia as established by the program regulations promulgated by the Georgia Student Finance Commission; and

    (B) (i) If the student was classified as a legal resident of Georgia at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded; or

    (ii) If the student was not classified as a legal resident at the time of graduation from high school or from a home study program meeting the requirements of Code Section 20-2-690, then the student must have met the requirements set forth in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph for a period of at least 24 months immediately prior to the first day of classes for which the HOPE scholarship is to be awarded;

    (2) Meet achievement standards by meeting the following criteria:

    (A) Earning a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at a postsecondary institution at the end of the quarter or semester in which the student has attempted 135 quarter hours or 90 semester hours; and

    (B) Maintaining satisfactory academic progress in a course of study in accordance with the standards and practices used for federal Title IV programs by the postsecondary institution in which the student is enrolled; and

    (3) Meet enrollment standards by:

    (A) Being admitted, enrolled, and classified as an undergraduate student in a matriculated status or, in the case of an otherwise eligible student who is classified as a first professional degree student rather than an undergraduate student, being accepted into the first professional degree program of study prior to receiving a baccalaureate degree; and

    (B) Being registered for and attending classes as at least a half-time student for 14 days or more after the last day of the institution's drop and add period.

    (e) (1) (A) An otherwise eligible full-time student who fails to maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at the end of the quarter or semester in which the student has attempted 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours may attend the next 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours without a HOPE scholarship. A full-time student who regains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at the end of the quarter or semester in which the full-time student has attempted 90 quarter hours or 60 semester hours may requalify for a HOPE scholarship. A full-time student who regains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at the end of the quarter or semester in which the full-time student has attempted 135 quarter hours or 90 semester hours may requalify for a HOPE scholarship.

    (B) An otherwise eligible half-time student who regains or attains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at the end of a quarter or semester in which the half-time student has attempted 45, 90, or 135 quarter hours or 30, 60, or 90 semester hours may attain or requalify for a HOPE scholarship.

    (2) In addition to other requirements, and regardless of quarter or semester hours of coursework attempted, a student who fails to possess a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at the end of each spring quarter or semester or at the end of three consecutive quarters or semesters for a half-time student pursuant to paragraph (2) of subsection (b) of this Code section shall be ineligible for a HOPE scholarship until such time as the student regains or attains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at one of the 45, 90, or 135 quarter hour grade point average checkpoints or at one of the 30, 60, or 90 semester hour grade point average checkpoints, at which time the student will regain or attain eligibility if other terms and conditions in this Code section are also satisfied.

    (f) (1) Except as set out in paragraph (2) of this subsection, a student may receive a HOPE scholarship until the first of these events:

    (A) The student has earned a baccalaureate degree; or

    (B) The student has attempted at any postsecondary institution a total of 190 quarter hours or 127 semester hours.

    (2) A student enrolled in an undergraduate or first professional degree program designed to be more than 190 quarter hours or 127 semester hours in length is eligible to receive a HOPE scholarship for the lesser of:

    (A) A total of 225 attempted quarter hours or 150 attempted semester hours; or

    (B) The number of hours required for graduation if the student has a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 after the term in which the student attempted 190 quarter hours or 127 semester hours.

    (3) Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, attempted hours shall include all postsecondary level course hours taken prior to high school graduation if such student does not qualify for the HOPE scholarship as an entering freshman based solely on his or her grade point average. As used in this paragraph, the term "postsecondary level course hours" means hours accepted by the student's eligible postsecondary institution for credit when the student enters as a freshman.

    (g) (1) Except as provided for in paragraph (2) of this subsection, subject to the amounts appropriated by the General Assembly and provisions relating to the scholarship shortfall reserve subaccount in Code Section 50-27-13, a HOPE scholarship awarded under this Code section shall be not less than $3,000.00 for any academic year.

    (2) Effective beginning with the fall quarter or semester commencing after July 1, 2004, subject to the amounts appropriated by the General Assembly and provisions relating to the scholarship shortfall reserve subaccount in Code Section 50-27-13, a HOPE scholarship awarded under this Code section shall be not less than $1,500.00 for half-time enrollment and $3,000.00 for full-time enrollment for any academic year.

    (h) A dependent child of military personnel stationed in Georgia on active duty shall be deemed to meet the residency requirements of paragraph (1) of subsections (a), (b), (c), and (d) of this Code section.

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