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i.be working towards completing the Louisiana Core 4 curriculum as approved by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, or
ii.be working towards and on track to graduate from high school and have declared a Career Area of Concentration;

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:3021-3036, R.S. 17:3042.1, R.S. 17:3048.1 and R.S. 17:3048.5.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Student Financial Assistance Commission, Office of Student Financial Assistance, LR 33:2610 (December 2007), amended LR 34:240 (February 2008), LR 35:

§1407.Continuing Enrollment

A.To continue enrollment in subsequent semesters/terms in the Early Start Program, the student must:

1.have successfully completed and earned credit in the last course(s) in which a student enrolled through the Early Start Program. If the student resigns, or withdraws from a course or the student’s registration in the course is cancelled, the student must receive permission from both the high school and college to continue enrollment in subsequent semesters/terms;
2.be in good standing at the postsecondary institution;
3.continue to meet eligibility requirements in §1405.A.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:3021-3036, R.S. 17:3042.1, R.S. 17:3048.1 and R.S. 17:3048.5.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Student Financial Assistance Commission, Office of Student Financial Assistance, LR 33:2610 (December 2007), amended LR 34:241 (February 2008), LR 35:

§1409.Responsibilities of High Schools and School Boards and Parents of Home School Students

A.The student's high school or the parent of a home school student shall:

1.determine whether the student meets the initial eligibility criteria provided in §1405.A;
2.approve or disapprove the student's participation in the program;
3.approve the course or courses in which the student will enroll;
4.provide to the postsecondary institution at which the student will be dually enrolled:
a.the student's approved application; and
b.the student's PLAN and/or ACT test scores, including sub-scores on those tests required to enroll in specific courses as provided in §1405.B-D.

B.By forwarding the student's application to the postsecondary institution, the student's high school or the parent of a home school student certifies that it has determined that the student has met all criteria in §1405.A to participate in the Early Start Program and has approved the student's participation in the program and the course or courses in which the student will be enrolled.

C.Student must be enrolled in a college course for which high school or home school credit is attempted and recorded on the student’s secondary permanent academic record, including the high school course, units attempted, units earned, and course grade, unless the student withdraws before the college’s census date or the student’s enrollment is cancelled.

D.At the end of each semester or term of participation in the program, the student's high school or the parent of a

home school student shall determine whether the student has met the criterion in §1407.A.1 for continued enrollment in the Early Start Program. If the student is determined eligible and the high school or the parent of a home school student approves the student's continued participation in the program, it shall so notify the postsecondary institution and provide the course or courses approved for enrollment.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:3021-3036, R.S. 17:3042.1, R.S. 17:3048.1 and R.S. 17:3048.5.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Student Financial Assistance Commission, Office of Student Financial Assistance, LR 33:2610 (December 2007), amended LR 34:241 (February 2008), LR 35:

§1413.Responsibilities of Eligible Louisiana Postsecondary Institutions

A.Each eligible Louisiana postsecondary institution that participates in the Early Start Program shall:

1.be responsible for determining that the student meets the PLAN or ACT eligibility criteria provided in §1405.B-D;
2.reserve Early Start Program funds when the student enrolled in a public high school is accepted and enrolled in an appropriate course;
3.submit a payment request to LOSFA for public high school students enrolled at the institution for whom a reservation was made as follows:
a.for each public high school student eligible for the Early Start Program who is enrolled at the end of the 14th class day or later for semester schools, or the 9th class day or later for quarter and term schools;
b.payment request amount. Each semester or term, the postsecondary institution in which a student is enrolled in an Early Start course shall submit a payment request to LOSFA during the period the billing portal is open for each semester/term for which the student is enrolled in the amount of $100 per credit hour in which the student is enrolled, not to exceed $300 for each college course. Payment requests received outside of these timeframes will not be paid unless approved by the Louisiana Board of Regents;
c.the postsecondary institution may not charge the student any mandatory institutional and tuition fees for enrollment in a course paid for by the Early Start Program;
d.the payment request shall include the social security number, college code, high school code, term, date, college course type, hours attempted, and amount requested for each student;
4.for each nonpublic high school student and each home school, submit to LOSFA within 30 days of the census date of the semester/term for which the student is accepted in the Early Start Program the student’s name, social security number, college code, high school code, term, date, college course type, hours attempted,
5.for students who have been previously enrolled in the Early Start Program, determine whether the student is in good standing at that institution;
6.by submitting a payment request to LOSFA, the postsecondary institution certifies that:
a.the student meets the eligibility criteria provided in 1405.B-D for the college course in which the student is dually enrolled;

Louisiana Register   Vol. 34, No. 10   October 20, 2008

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