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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
- Chapter 43. Financial Aid Programs For Postsecondary Students
- Section 160. Definitions.
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AS 14.43.160. Definitions.
In AS 14.43.091
- 14.43.160, unless the context otherwise requires,
- (1) "career education" means a course or program in vocational-technical training or education approved by the commission;
- (2) "federally insured" means a loan covered by the provisions of 20 U.S.C. 1001 - 1155, as amended;
- (3) "full-time student" means an undergraduate or career education student who is enrolled and is in regular attendance at
classes for at least 12 semester hours of credit or the equivalent during the semester or a graduate student who is
enrolled and is in regular attendance at classes for at least nine semester hours of credit or the equivalent; any
combination of semester hours of credit, or the equivalent, aggregating to the requisite number of semester hours and
undertaken during a semester at two or more public or private institutions of higher education constitutes full-time
- (4) "half-time student" means an undergraduate, graduate, or career education student who during the semester is enrolled
and is in regular attendance at classes at one or more public or private institutions of higher education for at least
a total of six semester credit hours or an equivalent of six semester credit hours, and includes a career education
student enrolled and in regular attendance in classes for at least 15 hours a week;
- (5) "school year" means an academic period that is a minimum of 30 weeks of instructional time that begins between
September 1 of one year and August 31 of the following year;
- (6) "summer term" means the period from June 1 through August 31.
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