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Volume 30 Issue 43October 27, 2006Pages 16682-17143i

TABLE OF CONTENTSOctober 27, 2006 Volume 30, Issue 43PROPOSED RULESBOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONA Master Plan for Postsecondary Education in Illinois23 Ill. Adm. Code 1070 .16682Tuition and Fee Waiver Guidelines23 Ill. Adm. Code 1075 .16688Nursing School Grant Program23 Ill. Adm. Code 1100 .16699CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OFAdoption Services for Children for Whom the Department of Children andFamily Services is Legally Responsible89 Ill. Adm. Code 309 .16701FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION, ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OFOptometric Practice Act of 198768 Ill. Adm. Code 1320 .16703HEALTHCARE AND FAMILY SERVICESIllinois Cares Rx Program89 Ill. Adm. Code 119 .16756Reimbursement for Nursing Costs for Geriatric Facilities89 Ill. Adm. Code 147 .16779NATURAL RESOURCES, ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OFSport Fishing Regulations for the Waters of Illinois17 Ill. Adm. Code 810 .16795RACING BOARD, ILLINOISThoroughbred Off Track Stabling Rules11 Ill. Adm. Code 720 .16885SECRETARY OF STATEIssuance of Licenses92 Ill. Adm. Code 1030 .16895STATE UNIVERSITIES RETIREMENT SYSTEMUniversities Retirement80 Ill. Adm. Code 1600 .16917ADOPTED RULESFINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION, ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OFPharmacy Practice Act of 198768 Ill. Adm. Code 1330 .16930HEALTHCARE AND FAMILY SERVICESSpecial Eligibility Groups89 Ill. Adm. Code 118 .16966Covering All Kids Health Insurance Program89 Ill. Adm. Code 123 .16971OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHALii

Fire Sprinkler Contractor Licensing Rules41 Ill. Adm. Code 109 .16994POLLUTION CONTROL BOARDPrimary Drinking Water Standards35 Ill. Adm. Code 611 .17004EMERGENCY RULESBOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNursing School Grant Program23 Ill. Adm. Code 1100 .17113CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OFAdoption Services for Children for Whom the Department of Children andFamily Services is Legally Responsible89 Ill. Adm. Code 309 .17123NOTICE OF MODIFICATION TO MEET THE RECOMMENDATION OF THEJOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULESOFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHALFire Sprinkler Contractor Licensing Rules41 Ill. Adm. Code 109 .17129AGENCY RESPONSE TO JOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULESRECOMMENDATION TO PROPOSED RULEMAKINGSTATE UNIVERSITIES CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEMState Universities Civil Service System80 Ill. Adm. Code 250 .17130JOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES STATEMENT OFOBJECTION TO PEREMPTORY RULEMAKINGJOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULESWIC Vendor Management Code77 Ill. Adm. Code 672 .17131NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF FILING PROHIBITION OF PROPOSEDRULEMAKINGJOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULESSchool Food Service23 Ill. Adm. Code 305 .17132SECOND NOTICES RECEIVEDJOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULESSecond Notices Received.17133OTHER INFORMATION REQUIRED BY LAW TO BE PUBLISHED IN THEILLINOIS REGISTERFINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION, ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OFNotice of Public Information Regarding the Residential Mortgage LicenseAct of 1987 .17135POLLUTION CONTROL BOARDNotice of Public Information Pursuant to 415 ILCS 5/7.2(b).17136EXECUTIVE ORDERS AND PROCLAMATIONSPROCLAMATIONSiii

Ruggiero Ricci Day2006-356.17137National Fire Prevention Week2006-357 .17137Infection Prevention Week2006-358.17138Careers In Construction Week2006-359.17139Metropolitan Asian Family Services Day2006-360.17140Residential Construction Employers Council Day2006-361.17141North Shore Center For the Performing Arts2006-362.17142Editors Note: The Secretary of State Index Department is providing this opportunity to remindyou that the next filing period for your Regulatory Agenda will occur from October 16, 2006 toJanuary 3, 2005 by noon as January 1, 2007 is a holiday and the office is closed.ILLINOIS REGISTER PUBLICATION SCHEDULE FOR 2006Issue #123456789101112131415161718192021222324Rules Due DateDecember 27, 2005January 3, 2006January 9, 2006January 17, 2006January 23, 2006January 30, 2006February 6, 2006February 14, 2006February 21, 2006February 27, 2006March 6, 2006March 13, 2006March 20, 2006March 27, 2006April 3, 2006April 10, 2006April 17, 2006April 24, 2006May 1, 2006May 8, 2006May 15, 2006May 22, 2006May 30, 2006June 5, 2006Date of IssueJanuary 6, 2006January 13, 2006January 20, 2006January 27, 2006February 3, 2006February 10, 2006February 17, 2006February 24, 2006March 3, 2006March 10, 2006March 17, 2006March 24, 2006March 31, 2006April 7, 2006April 14, 2006April 21, 2006April 28, 2006May 5, 2006May 12, 2006May 19, 2006May 26, 2006June 2, 2006June 9, 2006June 16, 2006iv

Issue 9505152Rules Due DateJune 12, 2006June 19, 2006June 26, 2006July 3, 2006July 10, 2006July 17, 2006July 24, 2006July 31, 2006August 7, 2006August 14, 2006August 21, 2006August 28, 2006September 5, 2006September 11, 2006September 18, 2006September 25, 2006October 2, 2006October 10, 2006October 16, 2006October 23, 2006October 30, 2006November 6, 2006November 13, 2006November 20, 2006November 27, 2006December 4, 2006December 11, 2006December 18, 2006Date of IssueJune 23, 2006June 30, 2006July 7, 2006July 14, 2006July 21, 2006July 28, 2006August 4, 2006August 11, 2006August 18, 2006August 25, 2006September 1, 2006September 8, 2006September 15, 2006September 22, 2006September 29, 2006October 6, 2006October 13, 2006October 20, 2006October 27, 2006November 3, 2006November 13, 2006November 17, 2006November 27, 2006December 1, 2006December 8, 2006December 15, 2006December 22, 2006December 29, 2006v

ILLINOIS REGISTER1668206BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT1)Heading of the Part: A Master Plan for Postsecondary Education in Illinois2)Code Citation: 23 Ill. Adm. Code 10703)Section Number:1070.4014)Statutory Authority: Implementing Section 6 and authorized by Section 9.05 of theBoard of Higher Education Act [110 ILCS 205/6 and 9.05].5)A Complete Description of the Subjects and Issues Involved: This proposed rulemakingrepeals Section 1070.401 as the first phase of Board efforts to update this Part. Proposedrules have been filed concurrently with this proposed amendment to establish a new Part(23 Ill. Code 1075) dedicated to tuition and fee waiver guidelines for public universitiesto replace Section 1070.401 (b). The Board of Higher Education is proposing thisamendment and subsequent new Part to clarify Board policies regarding tuition and feewaivers, including uniform definitions and tuition waiver limitations. Additionalamendments to this Part will be proposed in a future rulemaking upon completion of thecurrent review of the Board’s Master Plan.6)Published studies or reports, and sources of underlying data, used to compose thisrulemaking: None7)Will this rulemaking replace any emergency rulemaking currently in effect? No8)Does this rulemaking contain an automatic repeal date? No9)Does this rulemaking contain incorporation by reference? No10)Are there any other proposed rulemakings pending on this Part? Yes. Proposed rules toestablish a new Part (23 Ill. Adm. Code 1075) for tuition and fee waiver guidelines havebeen filed concurrently with this proposed amendment to replace 23 Ill. Adm. Code1070.401(b).11)Statement of Statewide Policy Objectives: The proposed amendment does not create orexpand a State mandate as defined in Section 3 of the State Mandate Act [30 ILCS805/3].Proposed Action:Repeal

ILLINOIS REGISTER1668306BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT12)Time, Place, and Manner in which interested persons may comment on this proposedrulemaking: Comments on the proposed rulemaking may be submitted in writing for aperiod of 45 days following publication of this Notice to:Sandi Gillilan, Administrative Rules CoordinatorIllinois Board of Higher Education431 East Adams Street, 2nd FloorSpringfield, Illinois 62701217/557-735213)14)Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis:A)Types of small businesses, small municipalities and not for profit corporationsaffected: The proposed amendment pertains to tuition and fee waiver policies forpublic universities.B)Reporting, bookkeeping or other procedures required for compliance: NoneC)Types of Professional skills necessary for compliance: NoneRegulatory Agenda on which this rulemaking was summarized: January 2006The full text of the Proposed Amendment begins on the next page:

ILLINOIS REGISTERBOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTTITLE 23: EDUCATION AND CULTURAL RESOURCESSUBTITLE A: EDUCATIONCHAPTER II: BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONPART 1070A MASTER PLAN FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION IN ILLINOISSUBPART A: ENROLLMENTSSection1070.1011070.102Resource AllocationAnnual ReportSUBPART B: FINANCING: OPERATIONS AND 2051070.2061070.2071070.208Planning and ManagementAdditional SupportPublic University TuitionPublic UniversitiesCommunity College FinancingAid to Private InstitutionsRetirement FundingAffirmative ActionSUBPART C: PHYSICAL FACILITIESSection1070.3011070.3021070.303Space DataInstructional FacilitiesSpecial FacilitiesSUBPART D: STUDENTSSection1070.4011070.402Financial Aid Programs (Repealed)Affirmative ActionSUBPART E: INSTITUTIONS1668406

ILLINOIS REGISTER1668506BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTSection1070.5011070.502Programmatic DirectionsAffirmative ActionSUBPART F: iew ProcessPublic ServiceEducational TelevisionSpecial ConcernsSUBPART G: HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATIONSection1070.7011070.7021070.703Meeting Health Manpower NeedsImproving ProgramsFinancingSUBPART H: GOVERNANCE AND 41070.805System of SystemsVoting StructureSuperintendent of Public InstructionState Community College of East St. LouisStatutesSUBPART I: FUTURE PLANNINGSection1070.9011070.902Continuous PlanningSpecial StudiesAUTHORITY: Implementing Section 6 and authorized by Section 9.05 of "AN ACT creatingthe Board of Higher Education, defining its powers and duties, making an appropriation thereforand repealing an act therein named" (Ill. Rev. Stat. 1983, ch. 144, pars. 186 and 189.05)SOURCE: Amended and effective April 15, 1976; codified at 8 Ill. Reg. 16804; amended at 30Ill. Reg. , effective .

ILLINOIS REGISTER1668606BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTSUBPART D: STUDENTSSection 1070.401 Financial Aid Programs (Repealed)a)Financial need should be the determining factor in the distribution of Stateappropriated funds for student aid to undergraduate students in all sectors ofIllinois postsecondary education. To this end, non-needs based State scholarshipsshould be eliminated. Any future increases in needs-based financial aid programsfunded by the State should be administered by the Illinois State ScholarshipCommission. The Illinois State Scholarship Commission should considerexpanding eligibility of applicants for grants by decreasing the level of expectedfamily contribution by income range.b)The present Board policy limiting undergraduate institutional tuition waivers totwo percent of an institution's annual fall full-time-equivalent undergraduateenrollment should be implemented through budgetary measures by fiscal year1977. This policy does not include waivers issued to University Civil Serviceemployees and to graduate students. Tuition waivers may be awarded to eligibleto Civil Service employees of institutions according to the guidelines establishedby the University Civil Service Merit Board, and to graduate students accordingto guidelines established by governing boards.c)The Illinois State Scholarship Commission should conduct a yearly survey ofnon-acceptors of monetary awards in an effort to evaluate the program and itssuccess in the fulfillment of stated objectives. The Commission should alsocontinue its periodic longitudinal study of award recipients as an aspect ofprogram evaluation.d)The maximum award of the Illinois State Scholarship Commission shouldincrease as inflation forces increase in costs and tuition. The increase of themaximum award to 1,500 for fiscal year 1976 meets these objectives. In futureyears, increases should occur to maintain the maximum award at a level thatapproximates 65 percent of the weighted average tuition at private colleges anduniversities.e)Student employment programs should be considered as an important source offunds for students in meeting college costs and their continuation should beencouraged. However, any expansion of student employment programs requiringadditional State funding should be incorporated and justified in an institution's

ILLINOIS REGISTER1668706BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTannual budget request.f)The Illinois institutions of higher education, governing boards, and the Board ofHigher Education should give high funding priority to the operation of studentfinancial aid, counseling, and employment offices. These efforts should increaseservices to students in need of financial assistance, increase the utilization offederal and State student aid resources presently available, and honor thecommitment to increase student access to higher education.g)The Board of Higher Education should continue its efforts to develop acomprehensive data base that provides information relating to total student cost,tuition and fees, and financial aid programs in order to monitor:h)1)Changes in federal and State financial aid policies and their potential oractual impact on enrollments and students' ability to meet college costs;2)Changes in the unmet student cost between and within the public andprivate sectors of higher education;3)The impact of tuition increases on enrollments and resulting changes inthe distribution of students by family income;4)Alterations in the unduplicated headcount of financial aid recipients withinand among the various sectors of higher education.An Illinois Delinquent Account Purchasing Program should be established byState statute. The program would qualify as an eligible holder of IllinoisGuaranteed Loans and would be funded in a manner similar to a direct State loanprogram. In order to minimize collection expenses for eligible lenders, thisprogram would involve the purchase from lenders, after required timely writtennotices to borrowers, of any loan in the early stages of delinquency. This programwould qualify as an eligible lender in regard to holding student loans, would billfor and receive federal interest benefits and special allowances, and would file fordefault after deligent collection efforts have failed to cure a delinquency of over120 days.(Source: Repealed at 30 Ill. Reg. , effective )

ILLINOIS REGISTER1668806BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULES1)Heading of the Part: Tuition and Fee Waiver Guidelines2)Code Citation: 23 Ill. Adm. Code 10753)Section 75.6001075.7004)Statutory Authority: Implementing: Section 9.29 of the Board of Higher Education Act[110 ILCS 205/9.29]; Section 7g of the University of Illinois Act [110 ILCS 305/7g];Section 8g of the Southern Illinois University Management Act [110 ILCS 520/8g];Section 5-91 of the Chicago State University Law [110 ILCS 660/5-91]; Section 10-91 ofthe Eastern Illinois University Law [110 ILCS 665/10-91]; Section 15-91 of theGovernors State University Law [110 ILCS 670/15-91]; Section 20-91 of the IllinoisState University Law [110 ILCS 675/20-91]; Section 25-91 of the Northeastern IllinoisUniversity Law [110 ILCS 680/25-91]; Section 30-91 of the Northern Illinois UniversityLaw [110 ILCS 685/30-91]; and Section 35-91 of the Western Illinois University Law[110 ILCS 690/35-91]; and authorized by Section 9.05 of the Board of Higher EducationAct [110 ILCS 205/9.05].5)A Complete Description of the Subjects and Issues Involved: These proposed rulesimplement guidelines established by the Board of Higher Education for tuition and feewaivers at public universities. This rulemaking provides uniform definitions and clarifiesthe Board’s tuition waiver limitation policy for public universities.6)Published studies or reports, and sources of underlying data, used to compose thisrulemaking: Illinois Board of Higher Education, "Tuition and Fee Waiver Guidelines forPublic Universities," February 2000. Available WaiverGuidelines.pdf7)Will this rulemaking replace any emergency rulemaking currently in effect? No8)Does this rulemaking contain an automatic repeal date? No9)Does this rulemaking contain incorporation by reference? NoProposed Action:NewNewNewNewNewNewNew

ILLINOIS REGISTER1668906BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULES10)Are there any other proposed rulemakings pending on this Part? Yes. The Board ofHigher Education’s tuition waiver limits are currently defined in 23 Ill. Adm. Code1070.401. Proposed amendments to remove the tuition waiver language from 23 Ill.Adm. Code 1070.401 were filed concurrently with these proposed rules.11)Statement of Statewide Policy Objectives: The proposed amendment does not create orexpand a State mandate as defined in Section 3 of the State Mandate Act [30 ILCS805/3].12)Time, Place, and Manner in which interested persons may comment on this proposedrulemaking: Comments on the proposed rulemaking may be submitted in writing for aperiod of 45 days following publication of this Notice to:Sandi Gillilan, Administrative Rules CoordinatorIllinois Board of Higher Education431 East Adams Street, 2nd FloorSpringfield, Illinois 62701217/557-735213)14)Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis:A)Types of small businesses, small municipalities and not for profit corporationsaffected: The proposed rules provide tuition and fee waiver guidelines for publicuniversities.B)Reporting, bookkeeping or other procedures required for compliance: NoneC)Types of Professional skills necessary for compliance: NoneRegulatory Agenda on which this rulemaking was summarized: January 2006The full text of the Proposed Rules begins on the next page:

ILLINOIS REGISTER1669006BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULESTITLE 23: EDUCATION AND CULTURAL RESOURCESSUBTITLE A: EDUCATIONCHAPTER II: BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONPART 1075TUITION AND FEE WAIVER 075.5001075.6001075.700PurposeDefinitionsWaiver Accounting ClassificationsFiscal Year ReportingStandard Tuition and Fee Waiver Chart of AccountsInstitutional RequirementsWaiver LimitsAUTHORITY: Implementing Section 9.29 and authorized by Section 9.05 of the Board ofHigher Education Act [110 ILCS 205/9.29 and 9.05], Section 7g of the University of Illinois Act[110 ILCS 305/7g], Section 8g of the Southern Illinois University Management Act [110 ILCS520/8g], Section 5-91 of the Chicago State University Law [110 ILCS 660/5-91], Section 10-91of the Eastern Illinois University Law [110 ILCS 665/10-91], Section 15-91 of the GovernorsState University Law [110 ILCS 670/15-91], Section 20-91 of the Illinois State University Law[110 ILCS 675/20-91], Section 25-91 of the Northeastern Illinois University Law [110 ILCS680/25-91], Section 30-91 of the Northern Illinois University Law [110 ILCS 685/30-91] andSection 35-91 of the Western Illinois University Law [110 ILCS 690/35-91].SOURCE: Adopted at 30 Ill. Reg. , effective .Section 1075.100 PurposeThis Part provides uniform tuition and fee waiver definitions and guidelines to be used by allIllinois public universities in reporting tuition and fee waivers to the Board of Higher Educationand the Illinois General Assembly. In addition, this Part sets forth the undergraduate waiverlimitation policies established by the Board of Higher Education.Section 1075.200 Definitions"Board" means the Board of Higher Education.

ILLINOIS REGISTER1669106BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULES"Public University" means Chicago State University, Eastern Illinois University,Governors State University, Illinois State University, Northeastern IllinoisUniversity, Northern Illinois University, Southern Illinois University, Universityof Illinois, and Western Illinois University."Standard Tuition and Fee Waiver Chart of Accounts" means the standardized listof waiver programs approved by the Board as outlined in Section 1075.500 andused for reporting purposes to the Board and the General Assembly. The StandardTuition and Fee Waiver Chart of Accounts includes the following generalcategories:"Mandatory Waiver" means a waiver that an institution is required byState statute to grant to students that meet the specific parameters andcriteria included in statute."Discretionary Waiver" means a waiver that is granted at the discretion ofthe institution. Discretionary waivers include the following categories:"Faculty and Staff Waiver" means a discretionary waiver awardedto public university faculty, staff, or other employees or theirdependents."Student Talent or Merit Waiver" means a discretionary waiverawarded to students based on talent in a particular field, academicmerit, or special status."Student Need Waiver" means a discretionary waiver granted tostudents demonstrating financial need."Student Service Waiver" means a discretionary waiver granted tostudents to support the university mission, goals, and objectivesthrough participation in outside contracts; graduate orundergraduate research, teaching, or other assignments; training orgrant programs; external internship programs; clinical portions ofdegree programs conducted at other institutions; or other studentexperiences."Waiver" means the amount of revenue that the public university intentionallyrelinquishes for one of the purposes included in the Standard Tuition and FeeWaiver Chart of Accounts and should be recorded as an expenditure.

ILLINOIS REGISTER1669206BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULES"Waiver Accounting Classifications" means the following categories of waiversused for accounting purposes:"Budgeted Waiver" means an estimated amount identified by theuniversity as the total amount available to students in a particular fiscalyear. Budgeted waivers are not identified with specific students or studentpositions."Granted Waiver" means a waiver that has been allocated to specificstudents or student positions. Granted waivers are available to students asreductions in tuition and/or fee charges."Expended Waiver" means that an individual student has been identifiedas the recipient of a granted waiver and the student's financial obligationaccount has been reduced by the granted waiver amount. Expendedwaivers may not exceed granted waivers. In instances when a studentwithdraws from class and is entitled to a reduction in tuition charges, aconcurrent reduction in the expended tuition waiver may be recorded torecognize the reduction in remised tuition."Waiver Agreement" means an agreement between the public university and thestudent to reduce or eliminate the tuition and/or fees that normally would becharged to the student.Section 1075.300 Waiver Accounting ClassificationsAll tuition and fees assessed against students should be recorded as revenue, even though theremay be no intention of collecting the revenue from the student. A waiver is the amount ofrevenue that the university intentionally relinquishes for one of the purposes included in theStandard Tuition and Fee Waiver Chart of Accounts in accordance with Section 1075.500 andshould be recorded as university expenditures. Tuition and fee waivers should be classified foraccounting purposes by the university as budgeted, granted, or expended waivers. Theclassification of tuition and fee waivers is dependent on the point in the budgeting andaccounting cycle that the transaction takes place.Section 1075.400 Fiscal Year Reportinga)Public universities shall report tuition and fee waivers annually to the Board in acommon format provided by the Board.

ILLINOIS REGISTER1669306BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULESb)Waivers shall be reported as budgeted, granted or expended waivers within theparticular fiscal year in which the corresponding tuition and fees are recognized asrevenue.c)In instances in which waivers are adjusted after the end of the fiscal year,universities shall establish a cutoff date of August 31 to facilitate fiscal yearwaiver reporting. Adjustments made after the cutoff date will be allocated to thefollowing fiscal year. Public universities will develop appropriate writtenprocedures to implement the cutoff date.Section 1075.500 Standard Tuition and Fee Waiver Chart of AccountsInstitutions must report waivers to the Board and Illinois General Assembly using the followingwaiver categories. The Board must approve all university requests for additional waiverreporting categories.a)Mandatory Waivers shall be granted in accordance with the following statutes:1)Teachers Scholarships: Special Education Grants [110 ILCS 947/65.15]2)General Assembly Scholarships [105 ILCS 5/30-9]3)Reserve Officers' Training Corps Scholarships [105 ILCS 5/30-16]4)Department of Children and Family Services Scholarships and Fee Waiver[20 ILCS 505/8]5)Partial Tuition Waivers for Children of University Employees [110 ILCS305/7f, 660/5-90, 665/10-91, 670/15-90, 675/20-91, 680/25-91, 685/3090, and 690/35-90]6)Senior Citizen Courses Act [110 ILCS 990]7)Honorary Scholarships [110 ILCS 305/9]8)Illinois Veteran Grants [110 ILCS 947/40]9)Illinois National Guard Grants [110 ILCS 947/45]

ILLINOIS REGISTER1669406BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULES10)b)MIA/POW Scholarships [105 ILCS 5/30-14.2]Discretionary Waivers1)2)3)4)Faculty and Staff WaiversA)Faculty and AdministratorsB)Civil Service Staff: University EmployeesC)Civil Service Staff: Interinstitutional and Related AgenciesD)Retired University EmployeesE)Children of Deceased EmployeesStudent Talent and Merit WaiversA)Academic or Other TalentB)AthleticC)Gender Equity in Intercollegiate Athletics [110 ILCS 205/9.24]D)Foreign Exchange StudentsE)Out-of-State StudentsF)Foreign StudentsG)FellowshipsStudent Need WaiversA)Financial Aid WaiversB)Special Program WaiversStudent Service Waivers

ILLINOIS REGISTER1669506BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATIONNOTICE OF PROPOSED RULESA)Cooperating ProfessionalsB)Research AssistantsC)Teaching AssistantsD)Other AssistantsE)Contract/Training GrantsSection 1075.600 Institutional Requirementsa)b)Waiver Approvals and Allocations1)Each public university shall adopt written policies that specify theinstitutional processes for authorizing specific tuition and fee waiverprograms and the purposes of such programs, establishing waiver budgetand expenditure levels, and allocating waivers to waiver programs.2)Each public university shall adopt an official list of waiver programs inwhich the university has chosen to participate. Allowable waiver programsinclude only those in accordance with Section 1075.500. The list of waiverprograms offered by the university may be amended at the university'sdiscretion and must be available to students, upon request. All waiverprograms added to the university's list of available waiver programs alsomust be listed in the Standard Tuition and Fee Waiver Chart of Accounts.The university's list, and all amendments to the list, must be provided tothe Board.3)Each public university shall develop written procedures to assure that thetotal amount of budgeted tuition and fee waivers and the amount ofexpended tuition and fee waivers, by type, academic or administrative

ii TABLE OF CONTENTS October 27, 2006 Volume 30, Issue 43 PROPOSED RULES BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION A Master Plan for Postsecondary Education in Illinois . 28 July 3, 2006 July 14, 2006 29 July 10, 2006 July 21, 2006 30 July 17, 2006 July 28, 2006 31 July 24, 2006 August 4, 2006 .

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