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Must be a domestic student in the U.S.; This is an undergraduate award.; Must be a U.S. citizen or a qualifying non-citizen.; Must enroll part time for at least three but less than twelve semester hours per semester OR four but less than eight semester hours per trimester. All applicants must have a tuition charge of $100 or more per year.; Must enroll in an approved undergraduate degree program or registered certificate program at a degree-granting institution in New York state.; Must be a legal resident of New York.; The applicant must meet one of the following income requirements: if the applicant was eligible to be claimed as a tax dependent by his/her parents, family New York state NET taxable income must be $50,550 or lower to qualify for an award (family income includes the applicant's and parents' income); if the applicant was not eligible to be claimed by his/her parents as a tax dependent, his/her New York state NET taxable income (including spouse's income) must be $34,250 or lower to qualify for an award (the spouse's income must be included if they were married on or before Dec. 31 of the previous calendar year); or if the applicant was not eligible to be claimed by his/her parents but was eligible to claim tax dependents other than self and/or spouse, New York state NET taxable income (including spouse's income) must be $50,550 or lower to qualify for an award (the spouse's income must be included if they were married on or before Dec. 31 of the previous calendar year).; Must be a high school graduate, or receive the equivalent of a high school certificate, or receive a passing grade on a federally approved examination if receiving a state-sponsored award for the first time.; Must have achieved a cumulative 'C' average or higher after having received the equivalent of two full years of payment of state-sponsored student financial aid.
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