2010 West Virginia Code
§18-11-6a. State aid for students of veterinary medicine.

§18-11-6a. State aid for students of veterinary medicine.

The board of governors is hereby authorized to enter into a contract with an educational institution or institutions outside the state that offer training in veterinary medicine, by the terms of which the board of governors may obligate itself to pay to such institution within the limits of any appropriation made for the purpose, a stated amount per year for each West Virginia student the institution will agree to accept for training in veterinary medicine.

The board of governors shall each year send to any institution with which such contract is made a certified list of all persons, applying to the board for training in veterinary medicine, who have been residents of this state for at least five years prior to the filing of their applications, and who have completed either within or without the state the course of study required by such institution as a prerequisite to the study of veterinary medicine.

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