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1 RELATED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS GOAL: Related Educational Programs are operated primarily through institutions and agencies external to the University of North Carolina. Although these programs are not a part of the University's operating budget, the Board of Governors, as the contracting authority for the state, has certain responsibilities for the administration of these programs. The nine Related Educational Programs are: Regional Education Program; Private Medical School Aid; Aid to Private Colleges; Legislative Tuition Grants; Medical Scholarships; Incentive Grants Program; Dental Scholarships;Incentive Scholarship and Grant Program for Native Americans; and Other Aid and Grants. GENERAL FUND BUDGET CODE SUMMARY: TOTAL 55,217,379 61,008, ,903 61,810,310 1,185,679 62,194,086 TOTAL 1,467,709 1,599, , , , , NET APPROPRIATION 53,749,670 59,408,461 1,708,873 61,117,334 2,092,649 61,501,110 SUMMARY BY PURPOSE: 0241 REGIONAL EDUCATION PR 794, ,733 73, ,583 97, , PRIVATE MEDICAL SCH A 2,396,000 2,645, ,000 2,760, ,000 2,796, AID TO PRIVATE COLLEG 13,740,246 14,966, ,000 15,438, ,000 15,540, LEGISLATIVE TUITION G 27,304,880 28,626, ,500 29,513,982 1,089,000 29,715, MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS 895,892 1,124, ,705 1,251, ,695 1,257, INCENTIVE GRANTS PROG 2,795,200 3,304, ,768-2,381, ,768-2,381, DENTAL SCHOLARS 354, ,080 49, ,696 64, , NATIVE AMER INCENT SC 0 745, , , OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 6,936,151 8,386, ,386, ,386,151 TOTAL 55,217,379 61,008, ,903 61,810,310 1,185,679 62,194,086 C(21) - 1

2 0243 AID TO PRIVATE COLLEG 27, LEGISLATIVE TUITION G 59, INCENTIVE GRANTS PROG 1,375,444 1,599, , , , , NATIVE AMER INCENT SC 5, TOTAL RECEIPTS 1,467,709 1,599, , , , ,976 NET APPROPRIATION 53,749,670 59,408,461 1,708,873 61,117,334 2,092,649 61,501,110 SUMMARY BY OBJECTS: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 83, ,550 15,798-88,752 15,798-88, CURRENT OBLIGATIONS 3,693 6, , , FIXED CHARGES & EXPEN 146, ,600 2, ,800 5, , OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 48,126,366 52,440, ,501 53,256,474 1,196,377 53,637, LOAN PROGRAM TRANSFER 6,857,151 8,307, ,307, ,307,151 TOTAL 55,217,379 61,008, ,903 61,810,310 1,185,679 62,194, GIFTS/GRANTS/ENDOWMEN 1,336,337 1,599, , , , , NONREVENUES 131, TOTAL RECEIPTS 1,467,709 1,599, , , , ,976 NET APPROPRIATION 53,749,670 59,408,461 1,708,873 61,117,334 2,092,649 61,501,110 C(21) - 2

3 NUMBER OF POSITIONS: TOTAL Regional Education Program P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: In cooperation with the Southern Regional Education Board, the state is enabled to secure spaces for qualified North Carolina students at out-of-state institutions in selected health science disciplines that are not offered by institutions in North Carolina or that have sustained student demand in excess of the available spaces in North Carolina institutions. The contract costs to the state for spaces are negotiated by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB). North Carolina began the contract programs through SREB in This activity has been in continuous operation since then, with modifications in contracts from time to time to accommodate changes in student quotas and costs of spaces. Appropriations are made to the Board of Governors for meeting the cost of the contract programs and for payment of the state's share of the operating cost of SREB. The University is responsible for the administration of the out-of-state contract programs, certifying the residence of student applicants, and providing screening of candidates prior to their acceptance by the several contracting institutions. The state has reserved a total of 98 spaces for in various disciplines as follows: 84 in optometry at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, Southern College of Optometry, the University of Houston, and Pennsylvania College of Optometry; and seven spaces in dentistry and seven spaces in medicine at Meharry Medical College. All programs, except the program at Pennsylvania College of Optometry, are operated in cooperation with SREB. Through campus visitations, direct communications and interviews, efforts are made to impress upon the students the desire of the state to have them return to North Carolina for practice upon completion of their courses of study. C(21) - 3

4 The estimated enrollments and costs for the Regional Education Program for are shown below. Field and Institution Students/Rate Amount Students/Rate Amount SREB Contracts Medicine Meharry Medical College 7 $9,300 $ 65,100 7 $9,700 $ 67,900 Dentistry Meharry Medical College 7 9,450 66, ,600 67,200 Optometry Southern College of Optometry 32 7, , , ,600 University of Alabama in Birmingham 16 7, , , ,400 University of Houston 8 7,600 60, ,800 62,400 SREB 70 $556, $575,900 Non-SREB Contracts Optometry Pennsylvania College of Optometry 28 7,600 $212, $7,800 $218,400 GRAND TOTAL 98 $769, $790,300 PROGRAM INFORMATION: This is one of 46 funds that contribute to program number 7399, Reserves/Other Accounting Fund The total certified budget for P/PB 7399 is $132,351,649 of which this fund is $853,733, or 0.65% of the total. A programmatic presentation which groups all funds that contribute to specific program levels throughout state government according to similar outcomes, objectives, and outcome measures may be found in Volume 7. Following is a complete list of departmental accounting funds which contribute to P/PB UNC-GEN ADM 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID 9.83% UNC-W 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.43% UNC-GEN ADM 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.74% UNC-W 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.04% UNC-GEN ADM 0260 BD OF GOVERNORS RESERVE 12.44% ECU 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.79% UNC-GEN ADM 0241 REGIONAL EDUCATION PROG.65% ECU 0252 OTHER RESERVES.04% UNC-GEN ADM 0242 PRIVATE MEDICAL SCH AID 2.00% ECU 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.09% UNC-GEN ADM 0243 AID TO PRIVATE COLLEGES 11.31% ECU 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.00% UNC-GEN ADM 0244 LEGISLATIVE TUITION GRNT 21.63% NC A & T 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.90% UNC-GEN ADM 0245 MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS.85% NC A & T 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY 1.21% UNC-GEN ADM 0246 INCENTIVE GRANTS PROGRAM 2.50% W CAR UNIV 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.42% UNC-GEN ADM 0247 DENTAL SCHOLARS.27% W CAR UNIV 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.03% UNC-GEN ADM 0248 NATIVE AMER INCENT SCHOL.56% APP STATE U 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.64% UNC-GEN ADM 0249 OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 6.34% APP STATE U 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.01% UNC-CH 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID 3.57% UNC-P 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.49% C(21) - 4

5 UNC-CH 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY 6.57% UNC-P 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.01% UNC-CH 0252 OTHER RESERVES.38% W-S ST UNIV 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.53% NC STATE UN 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID 4.08% W-S ST UNIV 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.12% NC STATE UN 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY 5.96% ELIZ CITY ST 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID 1.53% UNC-G 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.44% ELIZ CITY ST 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.01% UNC-G 0990 MULTIACTIVITY.12% FAY ST UNIV 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.69% UNC-C 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.67% FAY ST UNIV 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.02% UNC-C 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.06% NC CENTRAL 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.84% UNC-A 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.16% NC CENTRAL 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.02% UNC-A 0990 MULTI-ACTIVITY.01% NC SCH ARTS 0230 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID.03% PURPOSE DETAIL: CURRENT OBLIGATIONS 3,693 6, , , FIXED CHARGES & EXPEN 146, ,600 2, ,800 5, , OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 643, ,000 71, ,650 92, ,300 TOTAL 794, ,733 73, ,583 97, ,133 TOTAL RECEIPTS NET APPROPRIATION 794, ,733 73, ,583 97, , Private Medical School Aid P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: This program is designed to encourage the Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University and the Duke University School of Medicine, through contractual agreements with the Board of Governors, to expand medical education opportunities for citizens of the state by enrolling increased numbers of North Carolinians. The Board of Governors pays capitation grants to the two medical schools for each North Carolina resident enrolled as a full-time student studying for the M.D. Degree. The program began with capitation payments to the two schools for North Carolinians enrolled in the first year classes in Since , payments have been made for all North Carolina residents enrolled in all four classes at the two schools. C(21) - 5

6 In 1973, the Duke University School of Medicine agreed to enroll 30 North Carolina students in each entering class in and In return, the Board of Governors was authorized to pay $5,000 to Duke University for each North Carolina resident enrolled. Beginning in , Duke committed to increase the number of North Carolinians in each entering class, in return for which the institution is paid $6,000 for each additional student enrolled. In 1973, the Bowman Gray School of Medicine agreed to begin in to enroll 45 North Carolinians in each entering class under arrangements identical to those established with Duke University. Subsequently, Bowman Gray committed to increase the number of North Carolinians in each entering class to 65, or 60 percent of the class, beginning in , in return for capitation payments each year of $8,000 for each North Carolina resident. A specified amount of each capitation grant is to be placed in a fund to provide financial aid to needy North Carolina students. Summary data on the programs are shown below. Enrollment of N.C. Students Payments to Institution School Year Bowman Gray Duke Bowman Gray Duke PROGRAM INFORMATION: $1,800,000 $596,000 $2,396,000 Estimated ,032, ,000 2,691, Projected ,040, ,000 2,760, Projected ,064, ,000 2,796,000 Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Bowman Gray Medical School: Enrollment of N.C. students Payments to institution (in thousands). $1,808 $1,872 $1,800 - Duke University: Enrollment of N.C. students Payments to institution (in thousands). $539 $644 $596 C(21) - 6

7 PURPOSE DETAIL: OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 2,396,000 2,645, ,000 2,760, ,000 2,796,000 TOTAL 2,396,000 2,645, ,000 2,760, ,000 2,796,000 TOTAL RECEIPTS NET APPROPRIATION 2,396,000 2,645, ,000 2,760, ,000 2,796, Aid to Private Colleges P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: This program, first funded in , is designed to assist the state's private institutions to continue to educate North Carolina students and to enroll additional numbers of North Carolinians. The current legislative authorization provides for a payment to each institution of an amount equal to $600 for each full-time equivalent North Carolina undergraduate resident enrolled, and requires that the funds be "provided as scholarship funds for needy North Carolina students." An agreement is signed each year with each of the private institutions. The agreements indicate the total full-time equivalent North Carolina undergraduate student enrollment in the institution as of October 1 of the year of record and the payment that will be made to the institution based on that enrollment. The agreement obligates the institution to award funds to needy students and to maintain records and submit reports. Upon completion of the agreement, the University issues the appropriate payment to the institution. Summary data on the program are shown below. Estimated Projected Projected Appropriations $13,740,246 $14,966,336 $15,438,000 $15,540,000 Expenditures State Resident Undergraduate Enrollment (FTE) 24,987 25,574 25,744 25,914 Number of Students Receiving Assistance 8,606 N/A N/A N/A C(21) - 7

8 PROGRAM INFORMATION: Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Expenditures (in thousands). $11,240 $13,446 $13,740 - Number of students receiving assistance. 8,487 8,884 8,606 PURPOSE DETAIL: OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 13,740,246 14,966, ,000 15,438, ,000 15,540,336 TOTAL 13,740,246 14,966, ,000 15,438, ,000 15,540, NONREVENUES 27, TOTAL RECEIPTS 27, NET APPROPRIATION 13,713,235 14,966, ,000 15,438, ,000 15,540, Legislative Tuition Grants P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: This program, established by the General Assembly in 1975, is designed to provide tuition assistance to North Carolinians who enroll full-time and pursue an undergraduate course of study at North Carolina private colleges and universities. The current legislative authorization is for payment of $1,300 of the academic year s tuition charges for each student enrolled in a program of study other than one which has as its objective the attainment of a degree in theology, divinity, or religious education or in any other program of study designed by the institution primarily for career preparation in a religious vocation. C(21) - 8

9 Appropriations are made to the Board of Governors for the Legislative Tuition Grants program which is administered by the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority. The private colleges and universities bill the authority each term for and on behalf of the qualified North Carolina students enrolled. Payment is made to the institution. The institution credits such payments to the individual account of each such student and notifies the student of the source of such tuition reduction. Summary data on the program are shown below. PROGRAM INFORMATION: Estimated Projected Projected Appropriations $27,304,880 $28,626,482 $29,513,982 $29,715,482 Students Receiving Awards (Head count) N/A N/A N/A Amount of Award per Student (FTE) $1,250 $1,300 $1,300 $1,300 Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Expenditures (in thousands). $24,147 $25,654 $27,304 - Number of students receiving assistance. 25,153 24,911 25,717 - Amount of award per student (FTE). $1,150 $1,250 $1,250 PURPOSE DETAIL: OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 27,304,880 28,626, ,500 29,513,982 1,089,000 29,715,482 TOTAL 27,304,880 28,626, ,500 29,513,982 1,089,000 29,715,482 C(21) - 9

10 NONREVENUES 59, TOTAL RECEIPTS 59, NET APPROPRIATION 27,245,151 28,626, ,500 29,513,982 1,089,000 29,715, Medical Scholarships P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: In 1974, the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina recommended to the General Assembly the creation of a program of annual scholarships to encourage qualified North Carolina students of all races who are financially disadvantaged to apply for, gain admission to, and enroll at any of the medical schools in North Carolina. The General Assembly provided funding for 15 first-year scholarships beginning in The number of first-year scholarships was increased to 17 beginning in and to 20 in Interested persons submit a request for financial aid in the prescribed manner to any of the North Carolina medical schools. After admission to the medical school, the financial aid committee at the respective school recommends qualified applicants to a special scholarship committee appointed by the president of the university. The Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University, the Duke University Medical School, the East Carolina University School of Medicine, and the School of Medicine of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill each submits ten nominees. The committee makes its selection on the basis of each applicant's financial need and interest in the practice of medicine in North Carolina. Each scholarship provides a stipend of $5,000 per year, plus tuition and mandatory fees. The scholarships are renewable each year, provided that the student has made satisfactory academic progress. Summary data on the Medical Scholarships program are shown below. Estimated Projected Projected Number of awards each year Number of scholars who are Black Number of scholars who are Native American Number of scholars enrolled in: Bowman Gray School of Medicine Duke University East Carolina University The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill C(21) - 10

11 PROGRAM INFORMATION: Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Number of awards Number of scholars who are Black Number of scholars who are Native American Number of scholars enrolled at: Bowman Gray School of Medicine Duke University East Carolina UNC Chapel Hill PURPOSE DETAIL: OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 895,892 1,124, ,705 1,251, ,695 1,257,678 TOTAL 895,892 1,124, ,705 1,251, ,695 1,257,678 TOTAL RECEIPTS NET APPROPRIATION 895,892 1,124, ,705 1,251, ,695 1,257,678 C(21) - 11

12 0246 Incentive Grants Program P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: Under a federal program of grants to the states first authorized by Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, the states are encouraged to create comprehensive programs which provide to students who demonstrate substantial financial need grants for undergraduate study at eligible educational institutions. The General Assembly appropriated the first matching funds to enable the state to utilize the federal grant for the school year. Appropriations are made to the Board of Governors for transfer to the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority, which receives the federal grants. The program is administered for the authority under a contractual arrangement with College Foundation, Inc., a private nonprofit corporation established in 1962 by the Governor and Council of State. Summary data on the Incentive Grants Program are shown below. PROGRAM INFORMATION: Estimated Projected Projected Federal grants $1,467,709 $1,599,946 $692,976 $692,976 State appropriations to match federal grants and to fund administrative costs $1,327,491 $1,704,496 $1,688,698 $1,688,698 Number of applicants 63,251 65,000 70,000 70,000 Number of awards 4,080 4,000 3,275 3,275 Average award $664 $675 $700 $787 Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Amount of federal grants (in thousands). $1,548 $1,572 $1,467 - Amount of state appropriations to match federal grants and to fund administrative costs (in thousands). $1,685 $1,676 $1,327 - Number of applicants. 50,630 93, ,251 - Number of awards. 3,917 4,291 4,080 - Average award. $787 $718 $664 C(21) - 12

13 PURPOSE DETAIL: CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 83, ,550 15,798-88,752 15,798-88, OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 2,711,781 3,199, ,970-2,292, ,970-2,292,922 TOTAL 2,795,200 3,304, ,768-2,381, ,768-2,381, GIFTS/GRANTS/ENDOWMEN 1,336,337 1,599, , , , , NONREVENUES 39, TOTAL RECEIPTS 1,375,444 1,599, , , , ,976 NET APPROPRIATION 1,419,756 1,704,496 15,798-1,688,698 15,798-1,688, Dental Scholarships P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: In the fall of 1978, the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina established a program of scholarships to increase the number of minority and financially disadvantaged students enrolled in the School of Dentistry of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The General Assembly provided funding for five first-year scholarships beginning in and subsequent appropriations have increased to eight students, the number of first-year scholarships. Each scholarship provides a stipend of $5,000 per year in addition to the costs of tuition, mandatory fees, and special equipment. Each scholarship is renewable provided the student has made satisfactory academic progress and continues to demonstrate financial need. Each year, eight Board of Governors' dental scholars are chosen by a special selection committee appointed by the president of the university. The eight recipients are selected from up to fifteen nominees submitted by the School of Dentistry. To be nominated by the school, a student must show evidence of financial need in meeting the expenses of a dental education and demonstrate potential for successful academic completion of the dental education program. In addition, students are evaluated for their potential to contribute to the dental health care needs of the citizens of North Carolina. C(21) - 13

14 Summary data on the Dental Scholarships program are shown below. PROGRAM INFORMATION: Estimated Projected Projected Number of awards each year Number of scholars who are Black Number of scholars who are Native American Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Number of awards Number of scholars who are Black Number of scholars who are Native American PURPOSE DETAIL: OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 354, ,080 49, ,696 64, ,432 TOTAL 354, ,080 49, ,696 64, ,432 TOTAL RECEIPTS NET APPROPRIATION 354, ,080 49, ,696 64, ,432 C(21) - 14

15 0248 Incentive Scholarship and Grant Program for Native Americans P/PB 7399 University System Reserves & Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: The General Assembly, in Section 17.3(b) of the 1994 Budget Act (Senate Bill 1505), required the Board of Governors to merge the American Indian Student Legislative Grant Program and the Incentive Scholarship Program for Native Americans into a single entity. Accordingly, the Board of Governors established the Incentive Scholarship and Grant Program for Native Americans to provide opportunities for Native Americans who are residents of North Carolina to attend constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina under rules adopted by the Board of Governors. The merged program, now in its second year is composed of two types of awards: (1) need-based with a maximum award of $700 per year ($5,000 for doctoral students; and (2) merit-based with a maximum award of $3,000 per year (undergraduate only). PROGRAM INFORMATION: Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Expenditures (in thousands). $151 $433 $739 - Number of awards - undergraduate Average award - undergraduate (FTE). $500 $700 $700 - Number of awards - graduate Average award - graduate (FTE). $4,000 $5,000 $5,000 PURPOSE DETAIL: OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 0 745, , ,200 TOTAL 0 745, , , NONREVENUES 5, TOTAL RECEIPTS 5, NET APPROPRIATION 5, , , ,200 C(21) - 15

16 0249 Other Aid and Grants P/PB 7399 University System Reserves and Other Accounting Funds PURPOSE: Need-Based Loan Program The 1987 General Assembly transferred the responsibility for administration of an established student loan program from the North Carolina Board for Need-Based Student Loans and the Office of State Budget and Management to the State Education Assistance Authority and the Board of Governors. As specified by statute (G.S ), the program is for loans to students with demonstrated needs who are residents of North Carolina and who are accepted in an accredited degree-granting program or in an accredited program granting a diploma or an approved certificate, in any school, college or university, leading to graduation as physicians, dentists, optometrists, pharmacists, nurses, nurse instructors, nurse anesthetists, medical technicians, social workers, psychologists or other health professionals, or leading to graduation as mathematicians or scientists. Related appropriations action transferred the administrative component to the University of North Carolina - General Administration Operating Budget and the loan fund reserve to Related Educational Programs-Need-Based Loan Program. Summary data on the Need-Based Loan Program are shown below. Estimated Projected Projected Number of applications Number of awards Average award $5,333 $6,629 $6,631 $6,493 *Commencing with the academic year, loan amounts for each degree category increased. This increase averaged approximately $1,300 per recipient. Nurse Scholars Program In 1989, the General Assembly established a merit-based scholarship program to encourage outstanding qualified North Carolina students to enroll in nurse education programs (G.S ). Similarly, nurse scholarships for master s degree candidates (MSN) were established in Recipients are selected by the North Carolina Nurse Scholars Commission from among students admitted to schools of nursing based upon academic performance, demonstrated leadership, and interest in the practice of nursing in North Carolina. Recipients may be enrolled in North Carolina four-year public universities, community colleges, hospitals, and private colleges offering programs in nurse education approved by the Nurse Scholars Commission and the N.C. Board of Nursing. Annual awards, as specified by statute, are $3,000 for students enrolled in Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and Diploma Programs, Registered Nurses and juniors enrolled in Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) programs. Annual awards of $5,000 are specified for up to four years of study for freshmen and non-traditional students enrolled in BSN programs. Award amounts are specified at $6,000 annually for up to two years of master's study for BSN holders in MSN programs and $3,000 per year for masters nursing students enrolled 6-8 credit hours per term. Awards are renewable each year, provided the student has made satisfactory academic progress. A recipient may repay the loan through one year of nursing service for each year of educational support advanced. C(21) - 16

17 Summary data on the Nurse Scholars Program are shown below. Estimated Projected Projected BSN Awards ADN/Diploma Awards MSN Awards Nurse Education Scholarship Loan Program In 1989, the General Assembly established a need-based program of financial assistance for North Carolina students enrolled in North Carolina community college, university, and private college programs offering Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN) education. Recipients are selected, based upon financial need and interest in the practice of nursing in North Carolina, by the financial aid officers of participating institutions from among students admitted to nurse education programs. Annual awards range from $400 to $3,000 in LPN and associate degree RN programs, and from $400 to $5,000 in BSN programs. Awards are renewable each year, provided the student has made satisfactory academic progress. A recipient may repay the loan through one year of nursing service for each year of educational support advanced. Summary data on the Nurse Education Scholarship Loan Program are shown below. Estimated Projected Projected Number of Awards BSN ADN ,052 1,050 1,050 1,050 Average Award BSN $1,584 $1,600 $1,600 $1,600 ADN Strengthen Teacher Education - Private Colleges This program is the result of a directive by the 1985 General Assembly to the Board of Governors to study the preparation of teachers in North Carolina. Funds were appropriated in and in to support implementation of the recommendations made by the Task Force on Teacher Preparation established to carry out the legislative mandate. Of the total appropriations, $79,000 is for transfer on an annual basis to private colleges; $34,000 has been allocated to Salem College for participation in the Summer Student Teaching Programs, and $45,000 to Wake Forest University for participation in the Model Clinical Teaching Program. C(21) - 17

18 PROGRAM INFORMATION: Objectives and Outcome Measures shown in fund 0241 also apply to funds 0242, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0247, 0248, and All of these funds are included in P/PB fund Other Performance Measures: Health, Science, Mathematics Loan Programs: Number of applications. 1,310 1, Number of awards Average award. $4,936 $5,100 $5,333 - Nursing Education Scholarships Loan Programs: Number of awards. 1,009 1,056 1,052 - Nurse Scholars Program: Number of applications - undergraduate 1,406 1,221 1,041 - Number of awards - undergraduate Number of applications - graduate Number of awards - graduate Principal Fellow Program: Number of awards PURPOSE DETAIL: OTHER AIDS AND GRANTS 79,000 79, , , LOAN PROGRAM TRANSFER 6,857,151 8,307, ,307, ,307,151 TOTAL 6,936,151 8,386, ,386, ,386,151 TOTAL RECEIPTS NET APPROPRIATION 6,936,151 8,386, ,386, ,386,151 C(21) - 18

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