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106 STAT. 568 PUBLIC LAW 102-325—JULY 23, 1992 "(A) support the educational costs of qualified students through self-help payments or credits provided under the work-Teaming program of the institution within the limits of part F of this title; (B) promote the work-leaming-service experience as a tool of postsecondary education, fmancial self-help and community service-learning opportunities; "(C) carry out activities described in section 443 or 446; and "(D) be used for the administration, development and assessment of comprehensive work-learning programs, including— " (i) community-based work-learning alternatives that expand opportunities for community service and career-related work; and "(ii) alternatives that develop sound citizenship, encourage student persistence, and make optimum use of assistance under this part in education and student development. "(c) APPLICATION. — Each eligible institution may submit an application for funds authorized by subsection (f) to use funds under subsection (b)(l) at such time and in such manner as the Secretary, by regulation, may reasonably require. "(d) MATCH REQUIRED. — Funds made available to work-colleges Eursuant to this section shall be matched on a dollar-for-dollar asis from non-Federal sources. "(e) DEFINITIONS. —For the purpose of this section— "(1) the term Svork-college' means an eligible institution that— "(A) has been a public or private nonprofit institution with a commitment to community service; "(B) has operated a comprehensive work-learning program for at least 2 years; "(C) requires all resident students who reside on campus to pan:icipate in a comprehensive work-learning program and the provision of services as an integral part of the institution's educational program and as part of the institution's educational philosophy; and "(D) provides students participating in the comprehensive work-learning program with the opportunity to contribute to their education and to the welfare of me community as a whole; and "(2) the term 'comprehensive student work-learning program' means a student work/service program that is an integral and stated part of the institution's educational philosophy and program; requires participation of all resident students for enrollment, participation, and graduation; iacludes learning objectives, evaluation and a record of work performance as part of the student's college record; provides programmatic leadership by college personnel at levels compsurable to traditional academic programs; recognizes the educational role of worklearning supervisors; and includes consequences for nonperformance or failure in the work-learning program similar to the consequences for failure in the regular academic program.