.04 NA Student Eligibility-Exemptions
 
(01/01/10 –03/31/10)
An NA participant may meet the definition of student , but does not meet the criteria in NA Student Employment, NA Student Work Study, or NA Student Jobs - E&T. When this occurs, the participant may be an eligible student for NA when they meet any of the following exemptions:
 
Under the age of 18, or over the age of 49.
Participants receiving any CA benefits. (See CA Supportive Services)
 
NOTE When the student is receiving cash assistance key the CA Exemption Reason Code in the STUDENT EXEM field on SSDO.
 
Meets the disability criteria for NA E&T Registration Exemption.
 
NOTE When the student meets the criteria for an NA E&T Registration Exemption key the ET Exemption Reason Code in the STUDENT EXEM field on SSDO.
 
Responsible for the care of a child under age 12 based on one of the following caretaker exemptions when the caretaker and the child are in the same NA budgetary unit:
A single-parent, enrolled full time and responsible for the care of a dependent child under age 12, regardless of adequate child care.
A participant responsible for the care of a dependent child over age five and under age 12 for whom adequate child care is not available.
A participant responsible for the care of a dependent child under age six.
 
NOTE When the student meets the criteria for caretaker of a child key the CH Exemption Reason Code in the STUDENT EXEM field on SSDO.
 
WARNING
When both parents are in the home, the student must provide a majority of the care to receive the caretaker exemption. When both parents are students, only ONE NA participant may qualify for the caretaker exemption.