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[85 STAT. 472]
[85 STAT. 472]
PUBLIC LAW 92-000—MMMM. DD, 1971

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PUBLIC LAW 92-158-NOV. 18, 1971

[85 STAT.

thereafter, the number of students enrolled in such school as a class of first-year students will not be less than a number equal to the sum of— " (i) the minimum enrollment of first-year students required under subparagraph (A); and "(ii) 5 per centum of the average of the first-year enrollment of full time students in such school for the two school years having the highest such enrollment during the five school years during the period of July 1, 1966, through June 30, 1971, or ten students, whichever is greater. "(2) School years after school year 1971-1972.—If the school year for which a class enrolled as a class of first-year students in a school was any school year beginning after June 30, 1972— " (A) the number of students who enrolled in such class for such school year— " (i) if such school has not previously received a grant for bonus enrollment students, must be not less than the sum of (I) the minimum number of first-year students which such school is required pursuant to subsection (e) (or would be required pursuant to subsection (e) except for paragraph (2) thereof) to enroll for such school year, and ( II) 5 per centum of that number or 5 students, whichever is greater; or " (ii) if such school has previously qualified for a bonus enrollment grant under this section, must be not less than the sum of (I) the minimum number of students which such school was required, pursuant to paragraph (1) (B) or (2)(B) (as the case may be), to assure the Secretary would be enrolled for such school year, and ( II) 5 per centum of that number or 5 students, whichever is greater; and " (B) the application of such school for a grant under this section for the fiscal year in which such school year begins contains or is supported by reasonable assurances that, for the first school year beginning after the close of such fiscal year and for each fiscal year thereafter, the number of students enrolled in such school as a class of first year students will not be less than the minimum number of students such school was required under subparagraph (A) to enroll as first year students. "(e) MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS.—

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EFFORT

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ENROLLMENT

INCREASE

"(1) The Secretary shall not make a grant under this section to any school in a fiscal year beginning after June 30, 1971, unless the application for such grant contains or is supported by reasonable assurances satisfactory to the Secretary— " (A) that for the first school year beginning after the close of the fiscal year in which such grant is made and for each school year thereafter during which such a grant is made the first-year enrollment of full-time students in such school will exceed the average of the first-year enrollment of such students in such school for the two school years having the highest such enrollment during the five school years during the period July 1, 1966, through June 30, 1971, by at least 5 per centum of such average first-year enrollment, or by ten students, whichever is greater; and " (B) that the applicant will expend in carrying out its function as a school of nursing, during the fiscal year for