- Prime Time will consider a prospective student's choice of school in the US, providing the school meets the same competitive ranking as LSU, "Very Competitive" according to Barron's Profiles of American Colleges.
- Price range must be the same as LSU. This includes:
Prime Time will also pay health insurance, the taxes associated with
the room and board and transportation to and from school at the beginning
and end of each semester.
- Tuition and fees
- Campus room (dorm) and board (meal plan)
- Students will not be permitted to have a car at school
- Prime Time will not pay for premium cable or living in an apartment.
- Prime Time will pay the taxes related to college expenses. However,
the student will be required to file the W-7 form for a Tax ID number
early in the semester. This allows Prime Time to recover the tax monies
spent. The student must show proof that he/she has filed for the Tax
ID. Failure to apply for the Tax ID by the end of the semester will
result in deferred payment of tuition for the next semester.
- Transfer students will not be considered four year scholarship
recipients. Each student will be evaluated according to how many credits
transfer. The scholarship will then be awarded for the number of semesters
needed to graduate. The number of credit hours needed for a particular
major will be determined at the beginning of the scholarship and semesters
needed to attain that degree will be the length of the scholarship.
Every effort will be made to determine a reasonable schedule of credit
hours per semester for the student.
- Students will be required to choose a meal plan. No funds will be
disbursed for purchasing one's food outside of the meal plans.
- The Prime Time Foundation will monitor the student's progress at
school. All payments will be made directly to the school.
- The Prime Time Foundation will strive to maintain a good working
relationship with the school administrators of each of the colleges
where Prime Time has scholarship recipients.