PUBLIC LAW 89-358-MAR. 3, 1966
"(3) any course which has been olt'ered by an institution for a period of niore than two years, notwithstanding the institution has moved to another location within the same general locality; or "(4) any course which is offered by a nonprofit educational institution of college level and which is recognized for credit toward a standard college degrep. "§1676. Education outside the United States "An eligible veteran may not pursue a program of education at an educational institution which is not located in a State, unless such jirogram is pursued at an approved educational institution of higher learning. The Administrator in his discretion may deny or discontinue the educational assistance under this chapter of any veteran in a foreign educational institution if he finds that such enrollment is not foi' the best interest of the veteran or the Government. "Subchapter IV—Payments to Eligible Veterans "§ 1681. Educational assistance allowance " (a) The Administrator shall pay to each eligible veteran who is pursuing a program of education under this chapter an educational rissistance allowance to meet, in part, the expenses of his subsistence, tuition, fees, supplies, books, equipment, and other educational costs. "(b) The educational assistance allowance of an eligible veteran shall be paid, as provided in section 1682 of this title, only for the period of his enrollment as approved by the Administrator, but no allowance shall be paid— " (1) to any veteran enrolled in a course which leads to a standard college degree for any period when such veteran is not pursuing his course in accordance with the regularly established policies and regulations of the educational institution and the requirements of this chapter, or of chapter 36; "(2) to any veteran enrolled in a course which does not lead to a standard college degree for any day of absence in excess of thirty days in a twelve-month period, not counting as absences weekends or legal holida;^s established by Federal or State law during which the institution is not regularly in session; or "(3) to any veteran pursuing his program exclusively by correspondence for any period during which no lessons were serviced by the institution. "(c) The Administrator may, pursuant to such regulations as he may prescribe, determine enrollment in, pursuit of, and attendance at, any program of education or course by an eligible veteran for any period for which he receives an educational assistance allowance under this chapter for pursuing such program or course. " (d) No educational assistance allowance shall be paid to an eligible veteran enrolled in a course in an educational institution which does not lead to a standard college degree for any period until the Administrator shall have received— "(1) from the eligible veteran a certification as to his actual attendance during such period or where the program is pursued by correspondence a certificate as to the number of lessons actually completed by the veteran and serviced by the institution; and. "(2) from the educational institution, a certification, or an endorsement on the veteran's certificate, that such veteran was enrolled in and pursuing a course of education during such period
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