2018 Delaware Code
Title 14 - Education
CHAPTER 87. DELAWARE INSTITUTE OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EDUCATION
§ 8705. Board — Fiscal and property powers.
(a) The Board may provide financial contributions to cooperating veterinary schools to secure positions for qualified residents of Delaware, and may pay or contribute financially to the cost of veterinary medical education of qualified residents of Delaware at any such veterinary school which would benefit the State and/or veterinary medicine students financially, but in no case shall the amount of tuition paid by Delaware residents be less than that which in-state veterinary students pay at the cooperating veterinary school or schools; and may make such other payments as are required for the furtherance of the purposes of the Institute and the performance of the duties of the Board. The Board may not pay or contribute to the normal student costs of veterinary medical education, including, but not limited to, tuition, books, room and board.
(b) The Board may receive, hold, invest, reinvest and use on behalf of the Institute and for any of its purposes, real property, personal property and moneys, or any interest therein, and income therefrom, either absolutely or in trust. The Board may acquire such property or moneys for such purposes by the acceptance of gifts, grants, appropriations, bequests and devises from any sources, either public or private.
60 Del. Laws, c. 137, § 1; 66 Del. Laws, c. 219, § 1.