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[86 STAT. 259]
[86 STAT. 259]
PUBLIC LAW 92-000—MMMM. DD, 1972

86 STAT. ]

259

PUBLIC LAW 92-318-JUNE 23, 1972

" (B) publicize existing forms of student financial aid, including aid furnished under this title, and " (C) encourage secondary-school or college dropouts of demonstrated aptitude to reenter educational programs, including postsecondary-school programs; "(2) programs, to be known as 'Upward Bound', (A) which are designed to generate skills and motivation necessary for success in education beyond high school and (B) in which enrollees from low-income backgrounds and with inadequate secondaryschool preparation participate on a substantially full-time basis during all or part of the program; "(3) programs, to be known as 'Special Services for Disadvantaged Students', of remedial and other special services for students with academic potential (A) who are enrolled or accepted for enrollment at the institution which is the beneficiary of the grant or contract, and (B) who, by reason of deprived educational, cultural, or economic background, or physical handicap, are in need of such services to assist them to initiate, continue, or resume their postsecondary education; and "(4) a program of paying up to 75 per centum of the cost of establishing and operating Educational Opportunity Centers which— " (A) serve areas with major concentrations of lowincome populations by providing, in coordination with other applicable programs and services— " (i) information with respect to financial and academic assistance available for persons in such areas desiring to pursue a program of postsecondary education; " (ii) assistance to such persons in applying for admission to institutions, at which a program of postsecondary education is offered, including preparing necessary applications for use by admission and financial aid officers; and "(iii) counseling services and tutorial and other necessary assistance to such persons while attending such institutions; and •'(B) serve as recruiting and counseling pools to coordinate resources and staff efforts of institutions of higher education and of other institutions offering programs of post^condary education, in admitting educationally disadvantagea persons. The portion of the cost of any project assisted under clause (4) in the preceding sentence which is borne by the applicant shall represent an increase in expenditure by such applicant for the purposes of such project. "(c) Enrollees who are participating on an essentially full-time basis m one or more services being provided under this section may be paid stipends, but not in excess of $30 per month except in exceptional cases as determined by the Commissioner.". (2) The amendment made by paragraph (1) shall be effective after June 30, 1972. (c) Section 461 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 is amended by striking out subsection (b) thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "(b)(1) For the purposes of this title, except part B, the term 'institution of higher education' includes any school of nursing; and any proprietary institution of higher education which has an agreement with the Commissioner containing such terms and conditions

"Upward Bound.»•

"Special Services for Disadvantaged Students."

Educational Opportunity Centers.

Enrollees, stipend, limitation.

Effective date. 82 Stat. 1032; Post, p. 272. 20 USC 1088. "Institution of higher education.»»