2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 94 of 1999


Act 94 of 1999

AN ACT to create the Michigan merit award scholarship trust fund; to create the Michigan merit award scholarship board and prescribe the powers and duties of the board; and to provide for the Michigan merit award scholarship program.

History: 1999, Act 94, Imd. Eff. June 30, 1999

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Section 390.1451Short title.
Section 390.1452Definitions.
Section 390.1453Repealed. 2005, Act 232, Imd. Eff. Nov. 21, 2005.
Section 390.1454Michigan merit award board; establishment; goal; powers and duties; membership; terms; removal; vacancy; expenses; toll-free telephone line and internet access.
Section 390.1455Repealed. 2005, Act 232, Imd. Eff. Nov. 21, 2005.
Section 390.1456Conduct of business; compliance with open meetings act; availability of writings; availability of questions and answers; report on activities; changes of results, scores, or ranges.
Section 390.1457Michigan merit award scholarship program; establishment; administration; eligibility of students for award; requirements; adjustment of available amount; review and approval of assessment test; additional award; approval of United States department of education.
Section 390.1457aStudent taking middle school assessment test while in grades 7 and 8; eligibility for Michigan merit award scholarships; adjustment of amount.
Section 390.1457bMichigan merit award scholarship; eligibility requirements; failure to initially achieve qualifying results; nonpublic or home school pupil.
Section 390.1458Scholarship; use; payment; installments; consideration in determining financial aid program; certification or affirmation by student; request or application for payment; disbursement of funds.
Section 390.1459Rules.

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