Rules Of The American Collegiate Committee

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION AND RESOLUTION……………………………………...………..1 1. PUBLIC ENHANCEMENT…..…………………………………………………..1 1.1 Subsection: Students Defined…………………………………….…………...1 1.2 Subsection: Consequences…………………………………………………….2 2. ESTABLISHING THE AMERICAN COLLEGIATE COMMITTEE…..2 2.1 Subsection: ACC Function…………………………………………………….3 2.2 Subsection: Committee Employees………………………………………..8 3. REGULATED INCOME PROCEDURES…….………………………………..8 3.1 Subsection: Separate Frozen Account……………………...………………8 3.2 Subsection: Money within the Cap…………………………………………9 3.3 Subsection: Federal Loans………………….…………………………………9 4. TARGETED INSTITUTIONS………………….……………………..…………10 4.1 Subsection: Definitions………………….…………………………….………10 5. ON-SITE REGULATORY…show more content…
This house believes that comprehensive regulations should be imposed on post- secondary institutions to lessen the burden of what is considered high, debt-incurring tuition for each post-secondary student. This house will create a committee that will watch over all public colleges’ expenses known as the American Collegiate Committee (ACC) that this bill will later address in greater detail. This house believes that each individual student should receive their own customized tuition price based on their financial need, which will be established through a questionnaire that will be filled out during the process of applying to the institutions that this bill will impact. Section 1: Public Enhancement This bill has come about to help certain individuals receive an affordable post-secondary education, which has become a burden due to the high demands resulting from post- secondary institution tuitions. We want to aid the very people to be affected by this bill. Sub Section 1: Once the bill is established, any person legally residing within the United States, including the fifty states and the District of Columbia as an American citizen, an American resident, and those with an Education Visa, will be affected. According
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