A-13.3, r. 1 - Regulation respecting financial assistance for education expenses

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9. A student’s contribution is reduced if the student works and does not reside with his or her parents or sponsor, or is not deemed to reside with his or her parents or sponsor, pursuant to section 31, with the necessary modifications, during the months referred to in the second paragraph of section 2.
The reduction in the student’s contribution is established by multiplying by $380 the lesser of
(1)  the number of months taken into account to establish maximum income protection pursuant to the second paragraph of section 2; and
(2)  the number obtained by dividing the student’s employment income referred to in Schedule I by $1,475.
If the student benefits from a reduction in his or her contribution pursuant to the third paragraph of section 7, the number obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph is reduced by the number obtained by dividing the number of credits then accumulated by 3, or by dividing the number of course hours then completed by 45.
This section does not apply to a student who benefits from the exemption in section 4.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 9; O.C. 627-2014, s. 2; O.C. 301-2016, s. 2; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 2; 108-2019O.C. 108-2019, s. 2; 288-2020O.C. 288-2020, s. 3; 1226-2020O.C. 1226-2020, s. 2.
9. A student’s contribution is reduced if the student works and does not reside with his or her parents or sponsor, or is not deemed to reside with his or her parents or sponsor, pursuant to section 31, with the necessary modifications, during the months referred to in the second paragraph of section 2.
The reduction in the student’s contribution is established by multiplying by $380 the lesser of
(1)  the number of months taken into account to establish maximum income protection pursuant to the second paragraph of section 2; and
(2)  the number obtained by dividing the student’s employment income referred to in Schedule I by $1,171.
If the student benefits from a reduction in his or her contribution pursuant to the third paragraph of section 7, the number obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph is reduced by the number obtained by dividing the number of credits then accumulated by 3, or by dividing the number of course hours then completed by 45.
This section does not apply to a student who benefits from the exemption in section 4.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 9; O.C. 627-2014, s. 2; O.C. 301-2016, s. 2; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 2; 108-2019O.C. 108-2019, s. 2; 288-2020O.C. 288-2020, s. 3.
9. A student’s contribution is reduced if the student works and does not reside with his or her parents or sponsor, or is not deemed to reside with his or her parents or sponsor, pursuant to section 31, with the necessary modifications, during the months referred to in the second paragraph of section 2.
The reduction in the student’s contribution is established by multiplying by $380 the lesser of
(1)  the number of months taken into account to establish maximum income protection pursuant to the second paragraph of section 2; and
(2)  the number obtained by dividing the student’s employment income referred to in Schedule I by $1,151.
If the student benefits from a reduction in his or her contribution pursuant to the third paragraph of section 7, the number obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph is reduced by the number obtained by dividing the number of credits then accumulated by 3, or by dividing the number of course hours then completed by 45.
This section does not apply to a student who benefits from the exemption in section 4.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 9; O.C. 627-2014, s. 2; O.C. 301-2016, s. 2; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 2; 108-2019O.C. 108-2019, s. 2.
9. A student’s contribution is reduced if the student works and does not reside with his or her parents or sponsor, or is not deemed to reside with his or her parents or sponsor, pursuant to section 31, with the necessary modifications, during the months referred to in the second paragraph of section 2.
The reduction in the student’s contribution is established by multiplying by $380 the lesser of
(1)  the number of months taken into account to establish maximum income protection pursuant to the second paragraph of section 2; and
(2)  the number obtained by dividing the student’s employment income referred to in Schedule I by $1,142.
If the student benefits from a reduction in his or her contribution pursuant to the third paragraph of section 7, the number obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph is reduced by the number obtained by dividing the number of credits then accumulated by 3, or by dividing the number of course hours then completed by 45.
This section does not apply to a student who benefits from the exemption in section 4.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 9; O.C. 627-2014, s. 2; O.C. 301-2016, s. 2; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 2.
9. A student’s contribution is reduced if the student works and does not reside with his or her parents or sponsor, or is not deemed to reside with his or her parents or sponsor, pursuant to section 31, with the necessary modifications, during the months referred to in the second paragraph of section 2.
The reduction in the student’s contribution is established by multiplying by $380 the lesser of
(1)  the number of months taken into account to establish maximum income protection pursuant to the second paragraph of section 2; and
(2)  the number obtained by dividing the student’s employment income referred to in Schedule I by $1,134.
If the student benefits from a reduction in his or her contribution pursuant to the third paragraph of section 7, the number obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph is reduced by the number obtained by dividing the number of credits then accumulated by 3, or by dividing the number of course hours then completed by 45.
This section does not apply to a student who benefits from the exemption in section 4.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 9; O.C. 627-2014, s. 2; O.C. 301-2016, s. 2.
9. A student’s contribution is reduced if the student works and does not reside with his or her parents or sponsor, or is not deemed to reside with his or her parents or sponsor, pursuant to section 31, with the necessary modifications, during the months referred to in the second paragraph of section 2.
The reduction in the student’s contribution is established by multiplying by $380 the lesser of
(1)  the number of months taken into account to establish maximum income protection pursuant to the second paragraph of section 2; and
(2)  the number obtained by dividing the student’s employment income referred to in Schedule I by $1,110.
If the student benefits from a reduction in his or her contribution pursuant to the third paragraph of section 7, the number obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph is reduced by the number obtained by dividing the number of credits then accumulated by 3, or by dividing the number of course hours then completed by 45.
This section does not apply to a student who benefits from the exemption in section 4.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 9; O.C. 627-2014, s. 2.
9. A student’s contribution is reduced if the student works and does not reside with his or her parents or sponsor during the months referred to in the second paragraph of section 2.
The reduction in the student’s contribution is established by multiplying by $380 the lesser of
(1)  the number of months taken into account to establish maximum income protection pursuant to the second paragraph of section 2; and
(2)  the number obtained by dividing the student’s employment income referred to in Schedule I by $1,110.
If the student benefits from a reduction in his or her contribution pursuant to the third paragraph of section 7, the number obtained pursuant to subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph is reduced by the number obtained by dividing the number of credits then accumulated by 3, or by dividing the number of course hours then completed by 45.
This section does not apply to a student who benefits from the exemption in section 4.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 9.