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Maryland Manual, 1979-80
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State Agencies
Chairperson: Constance Lieder, Secretary of State
J. Elizabeth Garraway, David W. Hombeck,
Robert E. Kendig, Henry J. Knott, Parlett L.
Moore, William C. Strasser, Milton S. Schiller,
Two vacancies.
Charles J. Lietwiler, Executive Secretary
c/o Department of State Planning
301 West Preston Street
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-4120
Title VII-A of the Higher Education Act of
1965 (Public Law 89-329, as amended) provides
Federal grants to institutions of higher education
to finance the construction of classrooms, labora-
tories, and libraries.
Title VII-C of the same Act provides Federal
grants to subsidize the interest payments on
bonds and mortgages used to finance such con-
struction when direct Federal funding is unavail-
Title Vl-A of the same Act provides Federal
grants to institutions of higher education for the
purchase or installation of laboratory and other
special equipment and materials, and television
equipment and materials for closed circuit direct
In accordance with the provisions of these
Titles, the Governor designated the Board of
Public Works as the State Commission to admin-
ister the various programs. In addition, the Gov-
ernor created in 1964 an Advisory Council to as-
sist and make recommendations to the Board of
Public Works on matters pertaining to these
"The Advisory Council carries out its responsi-
bilities by processing applications and
recommending pnonties for Federal grants
among the eligible institutions, by disseminating
information, and by maintaining liaison between
the colleges in Maryland, the State Commission,
and the United States Office of Education. The
Department of State Planning provides staff assis-
tance to the Advisory Council.
Members of the Advisory Council are appointed
by the Governor for indefinite terms of office.

Independent Agencies/301
Chairperson:H. Palmer Hopkins, 1982
Vice-Chairperson-'J. Joseph Curran, Jr„ 1980
Ex offido members: John S. Toll, Robert M.
Appointed members: N. Page Worthington,
1984; Vacancy; H. Grant Hathaway, 1980;
Frederic A. Jackson, 1980; Gordon Bums,
1982; Mrs. W. Kenneth Root, 1982; Frank
L. Hewitt III, 1984.
James A. Learner, Jr„ Executive Director
2100 Guilford Avenue
Baltimore 21218 Telephone: 383-4150
The Maryland Higher Education Loan Cor-
poration, created by Chapter 589, Acts of 1963,
consists of eleven members. The Chairperson of
the State Scholarship Board and the President
of the University of Maryland, or his designat-
ed representative, serve as ex officio members.
The remaining members are appointed by the
Governor with the advice and consent of the
Senate for six-year terms. The Governor
designates the Chairperson and the Vice
The Corporation has the power to lend
money or to guarantee loans made by ap-
proved lenders to residents of the State who
are attending or are planning to attend
colleges or vocational, trade, and technical
schools within or without the State. The Cor-
poration may accept gifts, bequests, and gov-
ernmental appropriations or grants for its
purposes. The Corporation is also empowered
to establish rules and regulations for the
granting, administration, and repayment of stu-
dent loans.
Program changes enacted by the 1966 and
the 1967 sessions of the General Assembly en-
able the Corporation to enter into agreements
with the U. S. Office of Education under
which the Federal government will provide re-
payable advance funds to be added to the stu-
dent loan reserve and makes Maryland
residents eligible to receive a Federal subsidy
for part of the interest on their loans (Code
Education Article, sees. 18-1001 through

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