(i) a person who, because of a crime involving the acquisition, use or use of federal, regional or local funds, or who, from an administrative or judicial point of view, have committed acts of fraud or any other substantial violation involving the acquisition, use or expenditure of federal, regional or local funds, or that have been convicted or convicted of acquiring, using or spent federal, regional or municipal funds, or who have convicted or found it guilty of employing in a situation that includes the acquisition, use or expenditure of federal, regional or regional funds. , government or local funds; (1) These activities include some form of contact with a potential student, for example.B. – Contact by prior consultation or advice, planning a date for a visit to the registration office or another office of the institution, participating in such a date or participating in the signing of a registration contract or a request for financial assistance by a potential student. (VI) public scholarships, scholarships or financial support funds managed by or on behalf of a state. In this subsection, a written plan for fair treatment of students is defined as a higher education institution before all students have completed their program of study and may, if required by the accreditation body or the institution`s association, contain an agreement between the institutions for such a program. (iii) at the Secretary`s discretion, with respect to an eligible institution (less than one eligible institute as described in Section 1002 (c) of this title), which, in each of the two years of contracting; having received less than US$200,000 under this sub-chapter and receiving a letter of credit to the Secretary of at least 1/2 of the potential annual liabilities of the , the three-year review conducted every three years as terms of Clause i, with the exception of the year immediately preceding the extension of the Institution`s eligibility in accordance with Section 1099c (g) of that title; (iii) Funds paid by a student or, on behalf of a student, by a party other than the institution, for an educational or training program that is not eligible under this sub-chapter if the subsec of the 1991 program. (a) (11). Pub. L.
102-26 replaces “whose students receive financial assistance under Section 1091, point d) of this title”; “students, on the basis of their ability to be admitted through education or training (as defined in Section 1091 (d) of this title) by the institution, (A) (i) excluding clauses ii) and (iii), a financial audit of an eligible institution on the financial situation of the institution as a whole and a review of the institution`s compliance with all means; who, in the context of this sub-chapter, or receives from a student or parent with a loan guaranteed or guaranteed by the secretary in accordance with this sub-chapter, at least annually and for the period that has elapsed since the last review by a qualified and independent organization or person, in accordance with the provisions of the Comptroller General for the review of government organizations, programs and functions are implemented in accordance with the Secretary`s rules, the results of which are presented to the Secretary and are available to the cognite guarantee agencies. , eligible lenders, public agencies and the relevant public authority that informs the secretary in accordance with Part 1 of Part H, except that the secretary may amend the requirements of this clause with respect to higher education institutions that are foreign higher education institutions and refrain from these requirements for a foreign institution whose students receive less than $500,000 in loans under this sub-chapter prior to the review period; (B) is an institution that has undergone a change of ownership resulting in a change of control and participates in direct lending or FFEL programs.