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CHAPTER 87 EDUCATIONAL GRATUITY PROGRAM Sec. 8701. Definitions. 8702. Educational gratuity payments. 8703. Eligibility and qualification requirements. Enactment. Chapter 87 was added April 29, 1988, P.L.381, No.60, effective immediately and retroactive to January 1, 1988. Cross References. Chapter 87 is referred to in section 1704 of this title. § 8701. Definitions. The following words and phrases when used in this chapter shall have the meanings given to them in this section unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: "Commission." The State Veterans' Commission established under section 1702 (relating to State Veterans' Commission). "Educational institution." Any college or university of the State System of Higher Education, a State-aided educational or training institution of a secondary or college grade or other institution of higher education, a business school, a trade school, a hospital school providing training for nurses, an institution providing courses in beauty culture, art, radio or undertaking or embalming, or such other educational training within this Commonwealth approved by the commission. "Eligible disabled or deceased veteran." A person who served in the military or naval forces of the United States, or a women's organization officially connected therewith, who: (1) was killed in action or died as a result of wounds incurred during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of hostile fire or terrorist attack during peacetime (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs); (2) died in service during a period of war or armed conflict; (3) was honorably discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States and certified by the United States Veterans' Administration as a 100% disabled veteran as a result of service during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of hostile fire or terrorist attack (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs) during peacetime; or (4) was honorably discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States and died as a result of a service-connected disability (as certified by the United States Veterans' Administration) incurred during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of peacetime hostile fire or terrorist attack (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs). "Qualified child." Any child meeting the requirements of section 8703 (relating to eligibility and qualification requirements). References in Text. The Department of Military Affairs, referred to in this section, is now the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-87 > 8701

CHAPTER 87 EDUCATIONAL GRATUITY PROGRAM Sec. 8701. Definitions. 8702. Educational gratuity payments. 8703. Eligibility and qualification requirements. Enactment. Chapter 87 was added April 29, 1988, P.L.381, No.60, effective immediately and retroactive to January 1, 1988. Cross References. Chapter 87 is referred to in section 1704 of this title. § 8701. Definitions. The following words and phrases when used in this chapter shall have the meanings given to them in this section unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: "Commission." The State Veterans' Commission established under section 1702 (relating to State Veterans' Commission). "Educational institution." Any college or university of the State System of Higher Education, a State-aided educational or training institution of a secondary or college grade or other institution of higher education, a business school, a trade school, a hospital school providing training for nurses, an institution providing courses in beauty culture, art, radio or undertaking or embalming, or such other educational training within this Commonwealth approved by the commission. "Eligible disabled or deceased veteran." A person who served in the military or naval forces of the United States, or a women's organization officially connected therewith, who: (1) was killed in action or died as a result of wounds incurred during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of hostile fire or terrorist attack during peacetime (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs); (2) died in service during a period of war or armed conflict; (3) was honorably discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States and certified by the United States Veterans' Administration as a 100% disabled veteran as a result of service during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of hostile fire or terrorist attack (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs) during peacetime; or (4) was honorably discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States and died as a result of a service-connected disability (as certified by the United States Veterans' Administration) incurred during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of peacetime hostile fire or terrorist attack (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs). "Qualified child." Any child meeting the requirements of section 8703 (relating to eligibility and qualification requirements). References in Text. The Department of Military Affairs, referred to in this section, is now the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-87 > 8701

CHAPTER 87 EDUCATIONAL GRATUITY PROGRAM Sec. 8701. Definitions. 8702. Educational gratuity payments. 8703. Eligibility and qualification requirements. Enactment. Chapter 87 was added April 29, 1988, P.L.381, No.60, effective immediately and retroactive to January 1, 1988. Cross References. Chapter 87 is referred to in section 1704 of this title. § 8701. Definitions. The following words and phrases when used in this chapter shall have the meanings given to them in this section unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: "Commission." The State Veterans' Commission established under section 1702 (relating to State Veterans' Commission). "Educational institution." Any college or university of the State System of Higher Education, a State-aided educational or training institution of a secondary or college grade or other institution of higher education, a business school, a trade school, a hospital school providing training for nurses, an institution providing courses in beauty culture, art, radio or undertaking or embalming, or such other educational training within this Commonwealth approved by the commission. "Eligible disabled or deceased veteran." A person who served in the military or naval forces of the United States, or a women's organization officially connected therewith, who: (1) was killed in action or died as a result of wounds incurred during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of hostile fire or terrorist attack during peacetime (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs); (2) died in service during a period of war or armed conflict; (3) was honorably discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States and certified by the United States Veterans' Administration as a 100% disabled veteran as a result of service during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of hostile fire or terrorist attack (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs) during peacetime; or (4) was honorably discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States and died as a result of a service-connected disability (as certified by the United States Veterans' Administration) incurred during a period of war or armed conflict or as a result of peacetime hostile fire or terrorist attack (as determined by the Department of Military Affairs). "Qualified child." Any child meeting the requirements of section 8703 (relating to eligibility and qualification requirements). References in Text. The Department of Military Affairs, referred to in this section, is now the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

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