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STATE AGENCIES

Local Assistance Account

178,173,500

State aid appropriated for the senior college programs for the state fiscal year beginning April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five

For additional state aid for senior college programs

444,877,700

2,032,000

Local Assistance Account

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CITY UNIVERSITY--SENIOR COLLEGE PENSION PAYMENTS

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State aid to the city of New York for financial assistance to the city university of New York for that part of the city fiscal year beginning July first, nineteen hundred eighty-four, to be paid during the state fiscal year beginning April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, for pension payments attributable to employees of the senior colleges required pursuant to chapters nine hundred seventy-five, nine hundred seventy-six and nine hundred seventy-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred seventyseven in accordance with section 6231 of the education law and chapter nine hundred fifty-eight of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-one

State aid to the city of New York for financial assistance to the city university of New York for that part of the city fiscal year beginning July first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, to be paid during the state fiscal year beginning April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, for pension payments attributable to employees of the senior colleges required pursuant to chapters nine hundred seventy-five, nine hundred seventy-six and nine hundred seventy-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred seventyseven, in accordance with section 6231 of the education law and chapter nine hundred fifty-eight of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-one

State aid to the city of New York for financial assistance to the city university of New York to be paid during the state fiscal year beginning April first, nineteen hun

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AID TO LOCALITIES

dred eighty-five for pension payments attributable to
employees of the senior colleges required pursuant to
chapters nine
nine hundred fifty-seven and nine hundred
fifty-eight of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-one
and chapter seven hundred seventy-nine of the laws of
nineteen hundred eighty-four

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OPERATING ASSISTANCE

STATE AGENCIES

CITY UNIVERSITY--COMMUNITY COLLEGES

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Local Assistance Account

ACADEMIC YEAR 1984-85

Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regulation to the contrary, for state financial assistance for operating expenses for the community colleges of the city university of New York for that part of the city fiscal year beginning July first, nineteen hundred eighty-four to be paid during the state fiscal year beginning April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, including expenses of such non-credit programs as the board of trustees of the city university of New York may determine eligible for state aid in the same manner as the state university board of trustees may determine such programs of the community colleges under its jurisdiction eligible for state aid, as provided for by article 126 of the education law and chapter three hundred thirty-two of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-five, and including the expenses of baccalaureate programs at Medgar Evers College in (a) nursing, (b) medical services (pre-medical), (c) accounting and business, (d) competency based public administration, and (e) competency based teacher education. As regulations adopted by the board of trustees of the city university of New York pursuant to chapter three hundred thirty-two of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-five and approved by the director of the budget provide for aid for students in technical and business programs, the total state aid paid may exceed the statutory limitations of one-third or two-fifths of operating costs of the colleges for the remainder of college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five only if the amount of aid for students in technical and business programs would cause the statutory limitation to be exceeded. The amount that the total state aid may exceed the statutory limitation in such case shall not greater than the amount of aid approved for students in technical and business programs.

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Notwithstanding any other provision of law, rule or regulation, aid payable for the college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five on the basis of fulltime equivalent enrollment shall be paid on a total college enrollment to be the greater of (i) the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year

..1,919,000

AID TO LOCALITIES

nineteen hundred eighty-three--eighty-four or (ii) the sum of the following: fifty percent of the actual fulltime equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-three--eighty-four, plus thirty percent of the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-two-eighty-three plus twenty percent of the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-one--eighty-two. For such enrollment full funding is provided by the operating aid formula as defined in rules and regulations prescribed by the board of trustees of the city university of New York, which shall be identical to those regulations prescribed by the state university trustees, and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph d of subdivision one of section six thousand three hundred four of the education law, pursuant to such standards and regulations as shall be prescribed by the state university trustees or the board of trustees of the city university respectively, for college fiscal year nineteen nineteen hundred eighty-four--nineteen hundred eighty-five, tuition levels approved by the state university board of trustees above that allowable under such paragraph d for the nineteen hundred eighty-three--nineteen hundred eighty-four college fiscal year pursuant to chapter nine hundred eighty-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-three may be maintained at such levels.

STATE AGENCIES

STRUCTURAL UNEMPLOYMENT VOCATIONAL RETRAINING PROGRAMS

Funds are provided for employer specific non-credit vocational training, including training which contains prevocational courses, for occupations where demand is increasing within the sponsorship area. The majority of the participants of such training programs shall be dislocated workers or marginally employed

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Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regulation to the contrary, for state financial assistance for operating expenses for the community colleges of the city university of New York for that part of the city fiscal year beginning July first, nineteen hundred eighty-five to be paid during the state fiscal year beginning April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, including expenses of such non-credit programs as the board of trustees of the city university of New York may determine eligible for state aid in the same manner as the state university board of trustees may determine such programs of the community colleges under its jurisdiction eligible for state aid,

16,281,700

300,000

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as provided for by article 126 of the education law and chapter three hundred thirty-two of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-five, and including the expenses of baccalaureate programs at Medgar Evers College in (a) nursing, (b) medical services (pre-medical), (c) accounting and business, (d) competency based public administration, and (e) competency based teacher education. As regulations adopted by the board of trustees of the city university of New York pursuant to chapter three hundred thirty-two of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-five and approved by the director of the budget provide for aid for students in technical and business programs, the total state aid paid may exceed the statutory limitations of one-third or two-fifths of operating costs of the colleges for the remainder of college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-five--eighty-six only if the amount of aid for students in technical and business programs would cause the statutory limitation to be exceeded. The amount that the total state aid may exceed the statutory limitation in such case shall not be greater than the amount of aid approved for students in technical and business programs. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, rule, or regulation, aid payable for the college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-five--eighty-six on the basis of fulltime equivalent enrollment shall be paid on a total enrollment to be the greater of (i) the actual FTE enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five or (ii) to be the sum of the following: fifty percent of the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five, plus thirty percent of the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-three--eighty-four plus twenty percent of the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-two--eighty-three. For such enrollment full funding is provided by the operating aid formula as defined in rules and regulations prescribed by the board of trustees of the city university of New York, which shall be identical to those regulations prescribed by the state university trustees and approved by the director of the budget.

Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph d of subdivision one of section six thousand three hundred four of the education law, pursuant to such standards and regulations as shall be prescribed by the state university trustees or the board of trustees of the city university respectively, for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-five--nineteen hundred eighty-six, tuition levels approved by the state university board of trustees above that allowable under such paragraph d for the nineteen hundred eighty-three--nineteen hundred eighty-four lege fiscal year pursuant to chapter nine hundred

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eighty-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred eightythree may be maintained at such levels

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STATE AGENCIES

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7,004,000

OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR CONTRACT COURSES

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For base aid

for each full-time equivalent student enrolled in a contract course providing occupational training or assistance for the creation, improvement and retention of job opportunities

Additional funding for contract courses

OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR COLLEGE DISCOVERY

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...85,200

State aid to the city of New York for student financial assistance to expand opportunities in the community colleges of the city university for the educationally and economically disadvantaged in accordance with section 6452 of the education law

COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHILD CARE

ACADEMIC YEAR 1985-86

For services and expenses related to the establishment, renovation, alteration, expansion, improvement or operation of child care centers at the community college campuses of the city university of New York to operate for the benefit of community college students, provided, however, that no aid shall be made available for the operations of any child care center which is not projected to be self supporting after its third year of funding under this program. Such payments shall be made pursuant to a community college campus child care plan submitted by May fifteenth, nineteen hundred eighty-five and subject to approval by the director of the budget. Such plan shall include a provision for matching funds of at least thirty-five percent from such sources as sliding scale fees based on income or need, in-kind services or funds from federal, local sponsor or other

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YOUTH INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS

Funds are provided for services and expenses related to non-credit employability training and work experience internship program pilot projects for the purposes of improving the employability of unemployed, out-ofschool, economically disadvantaged youth between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one years of age, reducing the levels of unemployment among such youth and helping

50,720,300

675,000

.982,000

.500,000

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