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Chapter 173

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  173.242.  Recipient of scholarship may postpone college for two semesters to participate in the National Guard without losing eligibility, requirements. — 1.  Any recipient of a scholarship awarded under this chapter may postpone attendance at an approved public or private institution and enter Missouri National Guard service or participate in Missouri National Guard programs for a period not to exceed two semesters without losing eligibility for the scholarship; provided that the recipient returns to attendance in the semester immediately after such service or participation ends and no later than the semester immediately following the end of the eligibility period established in this subsection.

  2.  To retain scholarship eligibility, the recipient shall:

  (1)  Notify the institution currently attended, or the institution to be attended in the case of a new enrollment, prior to the beginning of the first semester which the student will not attend the institution and for which the student intends to retain scholarship eligibility under this section;

  (2)  Provide to the institution, prior to the beginning of the semester the recipient intends to return to attendance at the institution, a certificate of satisfactory service or written confirmation of participation from his or her commanding officer; and

  (3)  Comply with all other applicable scholarship eligibility requirements established under law, rule or policy not in conflict with postponement of attendance pursuant to subsection 1 of this section.

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(L. 1995 S.B. 207 merged with S.B. 385)


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