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[121 STAT. 814]
[121 STAT. 814]
PUBLIC LAW 110-000—MMMM. DD, 2007

121 STAT. 814

PUBLIC LAW 110–84—SEPT. 27, 2007

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philanthropic organization is receiving grant funds under this section. ‘‘(C) A description of how the grantee will provide or coordinate the provision of the non-Federal share from State resources or private contributions. ‘‘(D) A description of— ‘‘(i) the structure that the grantee has in place to administer the activities and services described in subsection (f); or ‘‘(ii) the plan to develop such administrative capacity. ‘‘(e) SUBGRANTS TO NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.—A State receiving a payment under this section may elect to make a subgrant to one or more nonprofit organizations in the State, including an eligible not-for-profit holder (as defined in section 435(p) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by section 303 of this Act), or a partnership of such organizations, to carry out activities or services described in subsection (f), if the nonprofit organization or partnership— ‘‘(1) was in existence on the day before the date of the enactment of this Act; and ‘‘(2) as of such day, was participating in activities and services related to increasing access to higher education, such as those activities and services described in subsection (f). ‘‘(f) ALLOWABLE USES.— ‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—Subject to paragraph (3), a grantee may use a grant payment under this section only for the following activities and services, pursuant to the conditions under subsection (g): ‘‘(A) Information for students and families regarding— ‘‘(i) the benefits of a postsecondary education; ‘‘(ii) postsecondary education opportunities; ‘‘(iii) planning for postsecondary education; and ‘‘(iv) career preparation. ‘‘(B) Information on financing options for postsecondary education and activities that promote financial literacy and debt management among students and families. ‘‘(C) Outreach activities for students who may be at risk of not enrolling in or completing postsecondary education. ‘‘(D) Assistance in completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or other common financial reporting form under section 483(a) of the Higher Education Act of 1965. ‘‘(E) Need-based grant aid for students. ‘‘(F) Professional development for guidance counselors at middle schools and secondary schools, and financial aid administrators and college admissions counselors at institutions of higher education, to improve such individuals’ capacity to assist students and parents with— ‘‘(i) understanding— ‘‘(I) entrance requirements for admission to institutions of higher education; and ‘‘(II) State eligibility requirements for Academic Competitiveness Grants or National SMART Grants under section 401A, and other financial

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