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Georgia State Code
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Title 20, Chapter 3, Section 390 (20-3-390)

The General Assembly finds that a substantial number of qualified Georgia students are not financially able to meet the costs of obtaining a postsecondary education due to a lack of family resources; that it would not be sound public policy to expect such students to borrow the total amount of funds needed to meet such costs and to incur thereby such substantial indebtedness; and that the United States provides matching funds to states which provide grant assistance to such students on the basis of financial need. The purpose of the General Assembly, as provided for in this subpart, is to enable the authority to participate in the federal program and to provide grant assistance to students who qualify for such assistance on the basis of individual financial need.

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