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Maryland Code, Education § 18-1601

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(a) In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.

(b) “Eligible employment” means full-time employment in the State in an occupation requiring a college or university degree in a math or science program.

(c) “Higher education loan” means any loan for undergraduate study that is obtained for tuition, educational expenses, or living expenses from:

(1) A college or university, government, or commercial source;  or

(2) An organization, institution, association, society, or corporation that is exempt from taxation under § 501(c)(3) or (4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

(a) The Office shall adopt guidelines or regulations to establish:

(1) The math and science degree programs and occupations eligible for the program and review them on an annual basis;

(2) The criteria for making loan repayment assistance awards;

(3) A procedure and schedule for the Office to pay eligible individual loan repayment assistance;  and

(4) An annual review of the eligibility of each individual participating in the program.

(b) The Office shall adopt any other guidelines or regulations necessary to implement this subtitle.

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