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 CSU: CSU Impacted Campuses and Programs 2004-2005
CSU eligible first-time freshman applicants who graduate from schools outside of the CSU Fullerton-defined local area will be "rank ordered" by eligibility index and admission offers will be made in descending order of eligibility index totals until the freshman class is full.
CSU eligible first-time freshman applicants who graduate from schools outside of the CSU San Marcos-defined local area will be "rank ordered" by eligibility index and admission offers will be made in descending order of eligibility index totals until the freshman class is full.
CSU eligible first-time freshman applicants who graduate from schools outside of the Cal Poly Pomona-defined local area will be "rank ordered" by eligibility index and admission offers will be made in descending order of eligibility index totals until the freshman class is full.
www.calstate.edu /AR/impactioninfo.shtml

  
 SSD Introduction
When students are approved for accommodations, both the student/parent and the school official representative (most often the school's SSD Coordinator) are sent Eligibility Letters.
A student/parents and his/her school officials will receive copies of the Eligibility Letter that identifies approved accommodations and SSD Identification Number (SSD Eligibility Code), or explains why the requested accommodations are not approved for College Board tests.
These letters include the student's SSD Eligibility Code, always used when communicating with the College Board regarding the student.
www.collegeboard.com /ssd/prof   (1130 words)

  
 APPENDIX A
A competitor whose suspension of ISAF eligibility has been either imposed by a national authority, or imposed or revised by the ISAF Executive Committee, shall be advised of the right to appeal to the ISAF Review Board and be provided with a copy of the Review Board Rules of Procedure.
The ISAF shall promptly report any suspension of a competitor’s eligibility, or of its revision or annulment by the ISAF Executive Committee, to all National Authorities, ISAF Class Associations and other ISAF affiliated organizations, which may also suspend eligibility for events held within their jurisdiction.
When a national authority suspends a competitor’s ISAF eligibility under regulation 19.4, it shall promptly report the suspension and reasons therefore to the ISAF.
www.finckh.org /rspiel/regeln/rrs_code19.htm   (1130 words)

  
 Re: SIMPLE IRA
Company X’s SIMPLE IRA eligibility requirements are: employees who earn $5,000 in two preceding years and who are reasonably expected to earn $5,000 in the calendar year.
Jane must be allowed to participate Company X’s SIMPLE IRA for 2003 as she meets the eligibility requirements.
Jill was allowed to participate in the SIMPLE for 2003 because she met the eligibility requirements.
www.irahelp.com /cgi-bin/forum/index.cgi/noframes/read/367   (1130 words)

  
 U of R General Calendar 2001-2002
Eligibility: Awarded to Campion students who have completed between 24-90 credit hours, are registered in at least 12 credit hours each semester of the academic year in which the award is given, have at least 70% weighted percentage average, and must be active members of a parish in the Regina Roman Catholic Archdiocese.
Eligibility: Available to a Campion student who has completed at least 30 credit hours, and is registered in at least 12 credit hours in the fall.
Eligibility: Available to a Campion student who has completed at least 24 credit hours and is registered in at least 12 credit hours in the Fall semester.
www.uregina.ca /gencal/gencal2001/gencal2001-164.html   (754 words)

  
 LIFE IMPRISONMENT
The four classifications are: life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 25 years, life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 10 to 25 years, life as a maximum sentence and indeterminate sentences imposed on Dangerous Offenders.
There are four classifications of indeterminate sentences in Canada: life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 25 years, life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 10 to 25 years, life imprisonment as a maximum sentence and indeterminate sentences imposed on Dangerous Offenders.
The two exceptions to this are offenders who have been sentenced to life imprisonment, who are eligible for a UTA only 3 years prior to their parole eligibility date, and offenders sentenced to detention for an indeterminate period of time, who must serve 3 years before being eligible.
www.johnhoward.ab.ca /PUB/C40.htm   (6266 words)

  
 LIFE IMPRISONMENT
The four classifications are: life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 25 years, life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 10 to 25 years, life as a maximum sentence and indeterminate sentences imposed on Dangerous Offenders.
There are four classifications of indeterminate sentences in Canada: life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 25 years, life imprisonment as a minimum sentence with no eligibility for parole for 10 to 25 years, life imprisonment as a maximum sentence and indeterminate sentences imposed on Dangerous Offenders.
The two exceptions to this are offenders who have been sentenced to life imprisonment, who are eligible for a UTA only 3 years prior to their parole eligibility date, and offenders sentenced to detention for an indeterminate period of time, who must serve 3 years before being eligible.
www.johnhoward.ab.ca /PUB/C40.htm   (6266 words)

  
 FSP - Military Subsistence Allowance
(e) If the supplemental subsistence allowance for a member is terminated, or about to be terminated, a member may reapply for the allowance, and the Secretary concerned must approve the application and resume payment of the allowance, if the member continues to meet, or once again meets, the eligibility criteria for the allowance.
(d) The eligibility of a member to receive the supplemental subsistence allowance terminates (even though the member continues to meet eligibility criteria for the allowance) upon payment of the supplemental subsistence allowance for 12 consecutive months, promotion of the member to a higher grade, or transfer of the member in a permanent change of station.
(a)(1): Mandates that the Secretary concerned increase the basic subsistence allowance to which a member of the armed forces is otherwise entitled by an amount designed to remove the member's household from eligibility for food stamp benefits.
www.fns.usda.gov /fsp/rules/Memo/00/HR5408.htm   (453 words)

  
 NCAA Initial-Eligibility Changes
By registering on-line, prospects will be able to view their eligibility information on-line, and will not have to call the clearinghouse for eligibility updates.
On-line registration saves time, and allows prospective student-athletes to view their eligibility status up to six weeks faster than through the paper registration process.
Prospective student-athletes may register with the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse on-line.
www1.ncaa.org /eprise/main/parent-prospect/index.html   (453 words)

  
 LIUNA ELECTION OFFICE
Herrera, members of Local 802, protest their disqualification from being allowed to run for Convention delegate on the grounds that they did not seek to have their eligibility to run for delegate positions verified prior to their Local Union’s nomination meeting.
Olivas and Herrera state that they did not understand that the process of requesting a pre‑nomination determination of eligibility was mandatory and that they believed that there was no question but that they were eligible to run for Convention delegate.
Here, Olivas and Herrera have shown “good cause” in that they did not understand that seeking pre‑nomination meeting verification of eligibility was mandatory and believed that there was no issue regarding their eligibility.
www.thelaborers.net /decisions/e96-77.htm   (295 words)

  
 www.NASFAA.org List of Scholarship Funds Aids Families of Victims of September 11 Attacks
Eligibility: Children and spouses of victims who died or were severely disabled as a result of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, in New York City, the Pentagon, and Pennsylvania, and the on-going rescue and recovery efforts.
Eligibility: Daughter of victims lost or permanently disabled in September 11 terrorist attacks including children of those police, fire safety or medical personnel who were killed or suffered debilitating casualties.
Eligibility: In response to the terrorist attacks carried out against the United States on September 11, 2001, DeVry, Inc. has established a grant program for the surviving dependents of rescue workers, civil servants and military personnel killed by injuries sustained that day in the line of duty.
www.nasfaa.org /linklists/911scholarship.asp   (9367 words)

  
 Emerald City - #92
John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer: Charles Coleman Finlay (second year of eligibility); David D. Levine (first year of eligibility); Karin Lowachee (first year of eligibility); Wen Spencer (second year of eligibility); Ken Wharton (second year of eligibility).
Mike Harrison took the whole thing in precisely the spirit in which it is intended and had a wonderful time.
The first is that he said writing SF is very much like travel writing, because it is your job to describe something strange and wonderful that your readers have not seen.
www.emcit.com /emcit092.shtml   (12731 words)

  
 Driver
If the person resides in Pennfield Schools district and is enrolled in a non-public school, the person shall meet the eligibility requirements of the Pennfields Schools.
If the person is enrolled in a non-public school that has established eligibility requirements, the person shall meet the eligibility requirements established by the non-public school.
The following eligibility requirements for persons under 19 years of age must be met prior to enrolling in a driver education course conducted by or on behalf of the Pennfield Schools.
server.remc12.k12.mi.us /pennfield/highschool/drive.htm   (262 words)

  
 Reserve Component Services Points of Contact and Information on Related Web Sites on the “Early” TRICARE Benefit
RC members and eligible family members who were previously saving their receipts may now submit claims to their regional TRICARE Claims Processor to apply for reimbursement for medical and dental expenses incurred during their period of early eligibility.
After you have verified that the service member's "early" TRICARE eligibility is displayed incorrectly on the Guard and Reserve Portal, contact the Marine Corps Liaison at the Defense Manpower Data Center to have the member's record corrected.
RC members may verify their eligibility for the "early" TRICARE benefit by signing on to the Guard and Reserve secure Web portal at https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/Guard-ReservePortal.
www.tricare.osd.mil /reserve/reservepoc.cfm   (292 words)

  
 Pell Grant
An Estimated Federal Pell Grant on your Statement of Financial Aid Eligibility means that you appear to meet the criteria for Pell Grant eligibility, but USC has not yet confirmed your eligibility.
In determining your estimated Pell Grant eligibility, the Financial Aid Office compared the information you provided on the FAFSA to your and your parents' tax returns and other documentation and found that corrections are needed.
If you change data on your SAR, you must inform the Financial Aid Office of the change(s) so that confirmation of your Federal Pell Grant eligibility is not delayed.
afaweb.esd.usc.edu /dcpage2.cfm?PageBaseID=50228   (317 words)

  
 Respond Legal - Broomfield County, CO Medicaid Eligibility Lawyer - Broomfield County, Colorado Medicaid Eligibility Lawyer- Broomfield County, CO Medicaid Eligibility Lawyers - Broomfield County, Colorado Medicaid Eligibility Lawyers
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Fill out one simple form and your request will be sent to the Broomfield County area Medicaid Eligibility Lawyers listed below.
www.respondlegal.com /listings/legal/Medicaid_Eligibility_Lawyers/CO/Broomfield_County.html   (317 words)

  
 VFW Post 7392 Membership
The following campaign medals, and the periods for which issued, have been authorized by the United States of America, and the holder of any such medal or medals is recognized as possessing the campaign medal requisite of eligibility.
Eligibility Regulations: VFW eligibility listing is to be used as a guide in determining eligibility for membership, and is furnished as a matter of information concerning the periods during which campaign and/or service medals were authorized.
There are three requisites for membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States: (1) Citizenship; (2) Honorable service in the Armed Forces of the United States; (3) Service entitling the applicant to the award of a recognized campaign medal or as set forth in the Congressional Charter and/or By-Laws.
www.pioneernet.net /vfw7392/membership.htm   (317 words)

  
 VFW Post 7392 Membership
The following campaign medals, and the periods for which issued, have been authorized by the United States of America, and the holder of any such medal or medals is recognized as possessing the campaign medal requisite of eligibility.
Eligibility Regulations: VFW eligibility listing is to be used as a guide in determining eligibility for membership, and is furnished as a matter of information concerning the periods during which campaign and/or service medals were authorized.
Service in Korea without the issuance of a campaign medal can be established with additional support documentation.
www.pioneernet.net /vfw7392/membership.htm   (317 words)

  
 Military Homeschooling FAQ - ReliableAnswers.com
For dependents of members of the armed forces not residing on a military installation in a territory, possession, or commonwealth of the United States, proof of eligibility is established by a copy of the sponsor's orders.
For dependents of members of the armed forces assigned to a remote location or unaccompanied tour of duty, whose dependents reside, on or off a military installation, in a territory, possession, or commonwealth of the United States as authorized by the member's orders, proof of eligibility is established by a copy of the member's orders.
For dependents of members of the armed forces residing on a military installation in a territory, possession, or commonwealth of the United States, proof of eligibility is established by:
reliableanswers.com /hs/mil_faq.asp   (2667 words)

  
 SSI Recipients by State and County, 2001 - Region 5 (Chicago)
Number of recipients in Indiana (by eligibility category, age, and receipt of OASDI benefits) and amount of payments, by county
Number of recipients in Illinois (by eligibility category, age, and receipt of OASDI benefits) and amount of payments, by county
Number of recipients in Ohio (by eligibility category, age, and receipt of OASDI benefits) and amount of payments, by county
www.ssa.gov /policy/docs/statcomps/ssi_sc/2001/region5.html   (131 words)

  
 Leeds & Grenville Ontario Works - Financial Assistance
Eligibility for Ontario Works is based on an assessment of financial need and an agreement to participate in employment activities.
The function is performed by the Eligibility Review Officers and has the authority to investigate former and current participants, including possible violation of the Ontario Works Act, the Family Benefits Act, and the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Act.
The legislation recognizes the role of the Eligibility Review Officer and provides authority to investigate a person’s past or present eligibility for payments under the Act.
www.uclg.ca /services/ontarioworks_finassistance.asp   (1979 words)

  
 Ryan v. California Interscholastic Federation
The CIF Bylaws require that eligibility decisions be "based upon the merits of the case within the guidelines of CIF Bylaws," necessarily implying these initial rulings are predicated upon sufficient informal investigation revealing a reasonable factual basis for the determination.
CIF member schools have joined together to establish the eligibility rules in their common interest of promoting equitable and sportsmanlike competition.
The CIF decisional and appellate process is essentially as follows: The primary responsibility for determining student eligibility rests with each member school, generally with each secondary school principal.
www.law.com /regionals/ca/opinions/dec/d036199.shtml   (10849 words)

  
 www.NASFAA.org List of Scholarship Funds Aids Families of Victims of September 11 Attacks
Eligibility is continued for eight years from the date of the child’s high school graduation and eight years from the date of death for the spouse.
Applicant must meet regular admission criteria for first time freshmen or transfer student, be a United States Citizen or an eligible non-citizen, and provide documentation of their eligibility.
Eligibility: The college will offer three full-tuition scholarships to the families of those killed or seriously and permanently disabled in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and United Airlines Flight 93.
www.nasfaa.org /linklists/911scholarship.asp   (9367 words)

  
 Scholarship Information
Eligibility: Wooster High School senior who has maintained a GPA of at least 3.0 and must be hardworking and deserving of this scholarship.
Eligibility: Wooster High School teachers; to be used for summer projects, sabbatical leaves, or other approved projects in education or travel that would contribute substantially to the academic area in which the teacher is certified
Eligibility: Senior student athletes at Wooster High School who are recognized for their commitment to others, their pursuit of academic excellence, and the courage of their efforts to be the best they can be in their student endeavors
www.gwcf.net /scholarships2.htm   (2322 words)

  
 NHS Guidance Dept page 3
Eligibility: Resident of Montgomery County pursuing a course of study in the Fine Art who is accepted as a full-time undergraduate student at an eligible institution.
Eligibility: Graduating Montgomery County high-school senior majoring in music education or music performance at an accredited four-year college or university who can demonstrate involvement in community and school activities, who has a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, and who can demonstrate financial need.
Eligibility: The purpose of the NEALP is to assist the state in meeting nursing shortages by providing financial assistance to students enrolled in approved nursing education programs in Ohio colleges, universities, hospitals, and vocational schools, and to encourage these students to remain in Ohio as the enter the nursing profession.
www.northridge-montgomery.k12.oh.us /tempguid3.html   (548 words)

  
 Miami-Dade County - E-Licensing - Disclaimer
Application is hereby made to renew a Miami-Dade County contractor's certificate of competency/eligibility pursuant to Chapter 10 of the Code of Miami-Dade County.
In accordance with the Code of Miami-Dade County Chapter 10 section 15-2 Administrative Suspension, the certificate of competency or the certificate of eligibility of any person or firm is subject to receiving citations and accumulating points for convictions of violations specified in that section.
All contractors holding certificates of competency/eligibility issued subject to Chapter 10 of the Code of Miami Dade County shall maintain at all times with an insurance company authorized to do business in the State of Florida public liability insurance with limits as established in Chapter 10.
ipas.miamidade.gov /CLRA/CLRDisclaimer.jsp   (548 words)

  
 State Kids Insurance Program (SKIP)
SKIP eligibility is not determined by your employer or ERS.
Once SKIP eligibility has been determined, TexCare will send you a letter informing you that your application was approved or denied.
You can get more information about SKIP eligibility and the application process by contacting TexCare at (800) 647-6558.
www.ers.state.tx.us /Insurance/Publications/skipbrochure.html   (506 words)

  
 #141 THE WIDOW(ER)'S INDEXING COMPUTATION (WINDEX)
The number of WINDEX awards could decline because WINDEX applies only in cases of worker death before age 62, and the average dollar increment is related to the difference in eligibility years, which in turn tends to be smaller when the worker's age at death is closer to 62.
The table makes clear that the substitution often has a substantial positive impact on the PIA, especially if the WINDEX-substituted year of eligibility is substantially later--for example, the PIA increased by at least 10 percent in 35 of the 190 substitutions.
Table 1 shows the effects of substituting a later year of eligibility for an earlier one when both are between 1979 and 1998.
www.ssa.gov /OACT/NOTES/note141.html   (1448 words)

  
 University of Connecticut - Waterbury Campus-Scholarships
Eligibility: Awarded to seniors, from the public high schools of Waterbury, who will be entering the University of Connecticut at Waterbury as full-time students in the fall semester.
Eligibility: The Waterbury Foundation administers numerous scholarship funds, primarily for undergraduate studies at an accredited college or univerity.
Eligibility: Awarded to Connecticut high school seniors who will be entering the University of Connecticut at Waterbury as full-time students in the fall semester.
www.sp.uconn.edu /~wwwwtby/scholar.html   (810 words)

  
 Introducing the Medicaid Family Planning Waiver Benefit - December Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare Update 2002-68
The white identification card identifies the woman as eligible for FPW PE, and providers should accept it for the dates indicated on the card as proof of eligibility, even though eligibility may not be on Wisconsin Medicaid’s file for 48 hours after the completed application is received.
The applicant may receive services immediately through Family Planning Waiver presumptive eligibility (FPW PE) if she is determined eligible (refer to the Family Planning Waiver presumptive eligibility section of this Update for more information on FPW PE).
The application collects the information necessary for a county/tribal economic support worker to determine whether the woman is eligible for Medicaid coverage under the FPWP.
www.dhfs.state.wi.us /medicaid/updates/2002/2002-68.htm   (1390 words)

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