(1)“Commission” means the Higher Education Coordinating Commission.
(2)“Oregon Resident” means resident of the State of Oregon as defined in OAR 575-031-0005 (Residency).
(3)“Armed Forces of the United States” means:
(a)The Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard of the United States;
(b)Reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard of the United States;
(c)The Oregon National Guard and a National Guard of any other state or territory.
(4)“Veteran” means a person who served with the Armed Forces of the United States and was discharged or released with other than a dishonorable discharge.
(5)“Public postsecondary institution” means:
(a)A state institution under the direction of the State Board of Higher Education; and
(b)A community college operated under ORS Chapter 341 (Community Colleges).
(6)“Satisfactory Performance” means satisfactory academic progress as determined by the institution attended.
(7)“Resident In-state Tuition” means tuition cost of an Oregon public postsecondary institution.
(8)“Troops to Teachers Agreement” is the agreement signed by a student requiring completion of the years and conditions of service pursuant to Ch. 831 (2005 Laws). The agreement will indicate the student’s educational status and area of intended service.
(9)“Financial need” means the difference between the family contribution, derived from a system of need analysis annually approved by the Commission, and the cost of education.
(10)“Student” means an individual who is a resident of Oregon and enrolled at an eligible public postsecondary institution.
Rule 575-074-0000 — Definitions,