PUBLIC LAW 110–84—SEPT. 27, 2007
121 STAT. 817
‘‘(ii) a State that demonstrates a commitment to ensuring the creation of a Statewide system to address the issues of early intervention and financial support for eligible students to enter and remain in college; and ‘‘(iii) at the discretion of the philanthropic organization described in clause (i), additional partners, including other non-profit organizations, government entities (including local municipalities, school districts, cities, and counties), institutions of higher education, and other public or private programs that provide mentoring or outreach programs; and ‘‘(B) conducts activities to assist students with entering and remaining in college, which may include— ‘‘(i) providing need-based grants to students; ‘‘(ii) providing early notification to low-income students of their potential eligibility for Federal financial aid (which may include assisting students and families with filling out FAFSA forms), as well as other financial aid and other support available from the eligible consortia; ‘‘(iii) encouraging increased student participation in higher education through mentoring or outreach programs; and ‘‘(iv) conducting marketing and outreach efforts that are designed to— ‘‘(I) encourage full participation of students in the activities of the consortia that carry out this section; and ‘‘(II) provide the communities impacted by the activities of the consortia with a general knowledge about the efforts of the consortia. ‘‘(3) GRANTEE.—The term ‘grantee’ means— ‘‘(A) a State awarded a grant under this section; or ‘‘(B) with respect to such a State that has failed to meet the non-Federal share requirement of subsection (b), a philanthropic organization awarded the proportionate reduction amount of such a grant under subsection (b)(3).’’. SEC. 802. INVESTMENT IN HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES AND MINORITY-SERVING INSTITUTIONS.
Title IV (20 U.S.C. 1070 et seq.) is further amended by adding after part I (as added by section 701 of this Act) the following new part:
‘‘PART J—STRENGTHENING HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER MINORITY-SERVING INSTITUTIONS ‘‘SEC. 499A. INVESTMENT IN HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER MINORITY-SERVING INSTITUTIONS.
20 USC 1099e.
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‘‘(a) ELIGIBLE INSTITUTION.—An institution of higher education is eligible to receive funds from the amounts made available under this section if such institution is—
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