section 1. -to provide to applicant students and families knowledge of students applicants ability to be enrolled in higher education programs of their choice at no fee or cost within an application period at any institution of higher education provided they are accepted by the institution of higher education, making them eligible for direct cost coverage by the “No pay for higher education law program” and by disclosure of intent to enroll in a school of higher education program.
a. “No pay for higher education law program” provides a commissioned study of the for pay application process with no cost to the student applicant. Examination of criteria election on applications for application at no cost or fee eligibility including no to low income of applicant excluded from any condition of ability to pay by parent or creditors, pledge of participation in institutional activities in addition to course of study degree programs like sports, clubs, academic programs and research projects, art, culture, tourism exhibits, institutional advertisements, institutionally sponsored employment, institutional investment programs and participation of institutional exhibit of course of study results.
section 2. -to provide appropriation for damages made to students during a student loan period or period of for pay higher education.
1. to resolve any contractual forfeiture of money of the applicant student to institutions, student loan offices of the US Department of Education or other financially bound contributors full payment or reimbursement of any financial contributions of students having completed any for pay course of study at any state school or any institution of higher education that has not yet disclosed eligibility of the student to the “No pay for higher education law program” or created a no cost to the student program to pay for all enrolled students participation in courses of study on the contracted campus of higher learning.
a-enrolled persons or students having completed course of study at an institution of higher learning may apply to the “No pay for higher education law program” for full reimbursement of any payments pledged to any student loan or education institution during or in result of a course of study at any higher education institution made by the student or associated contributors like parents, scholarships, employer education funds or education grants.
b-higher educational institutions and student loan lenders may facilitate disclosure of eligibility to all applicants of the “No pay for higher education law program.” Students considering applying to a higher education institution or having enrolled in a for pay course of study with a institution of higher learning may inquire at any time their eligibility of full and immediate repayment of expenses for payment to receive higher education applicable to the “No pay for higher education law program.” All Massachusetts residents are eligible to receives notice in the mail or from information session at institutions of higher education of the “No pay for higher education law”, its program and application process.
section 3. -to provide record of application of all eligible Massachusetts residents and students applied with cost of higher education paid by the “No pay for higher education law program” and its commission report accessible by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts committee on higher education and subcommittee on student loans.
a-record of application will indicate contact information, jurisdiction of candidate, election of school, course of study, cost, confirmation of reimbursement, commissioned provider identification and any additional information submitted to the record of the applicant.
b-record of application for appropriation will be submitted to the office of the comptroller of the currency and treasury for lawful request to release funds to the applicant and commission to be paid to the “No pay for higher education law” providers and eligible applicants as registered with the commissioner of the law.
c-commissioner of the “No pay for higher education law” is an appointed position who acts as trustee of the “No pay for higher education law” Trust account established in accordance with the enactment of the “No pay for higher education law” by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Court.
d-Trust appropriations made for the commissioners administration of the “No pay for higher education law" is authorized by General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and in agreement with the office of the comptroller of the currency and the Massachusetts State Treasury upon enactment of this law.
e-$10 billion a year are to be appropriated to the commissioner for use in payment of all public depts. involved in the administration of the “No pay for higher education law.”
f-Trust account standard rate of interest is set at 100% a day of principle balance.
Section 3-No student loan or enrollment fee for higher education will be refused payment by the “No pay for higher education law” occurring in or with application from a resident or temporary student resident of the state of Massachusetts. Higher education costs and fees may be reimbursed on prior higher education costs if the applicant files an application for reimbursement with the “No pay for higher education law.” Future students will be offered information on the internet and to as many higher education institutions as possible as a commission of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to make all residents aware of the “No pay for higher education law” from this date forward with enactment into law by the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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