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Expenses and Financial Aid

The fees indicated are estimated for the 2000-2001 academic year and are subject to change by the Board of Visitors at any time. 

Annual Fees and Expenses for Full-Time Undergraduate Students (12-18 credit hours) Living in Residence Halls:

Virginia 
 Students

Non-Virginia
 Students

Tuition $1995 $7466
Activity Fee 136 136
Comprehensive Fee 1,830 1,830
Technology Fee 42 42
Room 2,824 2,824
Board

       14 plus-meal plan

1,910 1,910

       15-meal plan

1,828 1,828

       19-meal plan

1,996 1,996
TOTALS
       with 14 plus-meal plan  $8,737 $14,208
       with 15-meal plan $8,655 $14,126
       with 19-meal plan $8,823 $14,294

Annual Fees and Expenses for Full-Time Undergraduate Students (12-18 credit hours) Not Living in Residence Halls:               

Virginia 
 Students

Non-Virginia
 Students

Tuition $1,995 $7,466
Comprehensive Fee 1,830 1,830
Activity Fee 136 136
Technology Fee 42 42
TOTALS $4,003 $9,474

Fees and Expenses for Part-Time Undergraduate Students (Less than 12 credit hours):

Charges per credit hour:

Virginia 
 Students

Non-Virginia
 Students

Tuition $84 $311
Activity Fee N/A N/A
Comprehensive Fee 53 53
Technology Fee 1.40 1.40
TOTALS  $138.40 $365.40

Please note:  In addition to the tuition and fee charges, special (non-degree-seeking) full and part-time students will be charged one $5.00 registration fee per registered semester.

OTHER FEES 

Overload Tuition: An overload tuition charge will be assessed, at the per credit hour rate, for each credit hour greater than 18 for which a student is registered each semester. Payments for overload credits are due with regular tuition and fees. If overload credits are added after pre-registration, payment is due at the time of registration. A bill will not be sent for credits added after pre-registration.  

Off-Campus Tuition and Fees:  Additional, or separate, charges will be assessed to the account of any student who registers for a Longwood College course offered at a location away from the Farmville, Virginia campus.  Off-campus courses are assessed charges for tuition and a registration fee, calculated at a part-time, per credit hour rate.  Off-campus undergraduate tuition rates are $84.00 per credit hour (in-state) or $311.00 per credit hour (out-of-state).  The off-campus registration fee is $1.50 per registered credit hour for all students.  The comprehensive fee and the student activity fee are not charged for courses classified as off-campus offerings.  

Course Fees: Some academic classes require additional course fees. These fees will be assessed to all students enrolled in the class at the end of the add/drop period. Fees typically range from $5 to $150.  

Field Courses: Since charges vary for students enrolled in student teaching, semester rates may be obtained in the Office of Student Teaching.  

Re-Examination Fee: A charge of $25.00 will be made for the one re-examination permitted each senior.  

Diploma Fee: A fee of $25 will be charged for a Bachelor's diploma or a Master's diploma. This non-refundable fee is payable to Longwood College at the time application is made for graduation.  

Automobile Registration: A fee of $22.50 per semester or $45 per year is charged for each automobile registered.  A special parking decal is also available for purchase by student teachers. Parking on campus is permitted only if the permit issued on payment of this fee is displayed.  

Meals for Guests: Students entertaining guests in the College dining hall are charged the following rates, tax included: breakfast--$2.90, lunch--$3.95, dinner--$5.25, and premium dinner--$5.95.  

Special Note: Any student who has completed an undergraduate degree at any college or university will be charged graduate tuition rates unless the student is officially enrolled in a (second) undergraduate degree program at Longwood College.  Also, students who audit courses pay the same rates as students taking courses for credit.  

The fees indicated are estimated for the 2000-2001 academic year and are subject to change by the Board of Visitors at any time.  

CHANGE IN POLICY: Due to the rising cost of credit card service charges, credit cards will no longer be accepted for tuition and fees. Tuition financing can be handled through the Monthly Payment Plan.  

Classification as a Virginia Student  

Entitlement to classification as a Virginia student and the privilege of paying in-state tuition is determined at the time of admission from information submitted by the student on the state domiciliary form. This form is attached to the application for admission, readmission, or will be sent to the student for completion by the Office of Admissions. In-state classifications are determined pursuant to the Code of Virginia. 
    
The College may initiate a reclassification inquiry at any time after the occurrence of events or a change in facts gives rise to a reasonable doubt about the validity of existing residential classification. 

    
Appeal of the initial classification or subsequent reclassification requests should be made to the Dean of Students Office. Information and appeal forms may be obtained from the Office of Admissions or the Dean of Students Office.
   

Residential Requirements and Policy:   

Longwood is a residential college and features residence hall education focusing on student learning and personal development as part of its distinct academic mission.  Students are, therefore, required to live on campus.   

             Exceptions to the residency requirement are as follows:   

1.        Living with parents, or legal guardian, and commuting from home to classes.  

2.       Reaching age 23 prior to the beginning of the fall semester (August 1). 

3.       Applying and qualifying for the senior privilege (89 credit hours) by the end of the spring semester (April 30). 

4.        Enrolling for less than 12 credit hours (both fall and spring semesters). 

5.        Presenting evidence of marriage.   

In the spring semester there will be deadlines for requesting exceptions to the residency requirement.  In order to qualify for one of the exceptions listed above, the student must meet the publicized deadline as communicated through the Office of Residence Education and Housing.  Residence Hall Agreements are for the entire academic year:  August through May.  Leases or other arrangements should be designed and managed only after exceptions are confirmed.   

Part-time students:  A part-time student is not permitted to live in the residence hall unless the Vice President for Student Affairs, in conjunction with the studentís academic advisor, grants permission.  Any part-time student given permission to reside in a dorm will be charged full-time comprehensive, technology, and student activity fees.  Any unauthorized part-time student, found living in a residence hall, will be charged full-time tuition and fees. 
     Part-time students approved to reside in a residence hall are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Accounts for up-dated balances if they receive a billing statement that lists only part-time fees.  (In certain instances, a studentís account balance may, temporarily, reflect only part-time fees until after the ďadd/dropĒ period has ended and the studentís schedule is known to be stable.)  It is a part-time studentís responsibility to submit proper payment if the student has been granted special permission to reside in a dorm.  Failure to pay the appropriate (full-time) fees, by the semester due date, could result in the assessment of a late payment fee.   

Part-Time Commuter Students  

Students taking 12 or more credit hours will be charged full-time rates. Undergraduate Virginia students taking less than 12 credit hours will be charged tuition at the rate of $84 per credit hour. Undergraduate non-Virginia students will be charged tuition at the rate of $311 per credit hour. 
     Students classified as graduate students will be charged tuition at the rate of $135 per credit hour for Virginia students and $348 per credit hour for non-Virginia students. 
     A comprehensive fee of $53 per credit hour and a technology fee of $1.40 per credit hour are charged for all part-time students not living on-campus and enrolled for 11 credit hours or less. 
     Part-time students are expected to pay all charges at the time of registration.  

Application and Registration Fees  

A non-refundable application fee of $30 is required of each undergraduate student making his or her first application to Longwood College. For each returning student, an annual, non-refundable $20 registration fee will be invoiced by the Office of Cashiering and Student Accounts on or about February 15th, and shall be due on or about March 15th.  

Deposit  

For each new and returning Longwood College student, an annual tuition deposit (prepayment) is required to reserve the studentís admission/return to Longwood College.  The tuition deposit will be invoiced according to the studentís status:   

     New & returning commuter students:  $100.00 deposit 
    
New residence hall students:  $400.00 deposit 
    
Returning residence hall students:  $250.00 deposit   

For returning students, the annual tuition deposit will be invoiced (along with the registration fee) on or about February 15th, and it shall be due on or about March 15th. Failure to receive a bill does not waive the requirement for payment when due. 
     New students will be invoiced for the deposit in the letter of admission from the Longwood College Office of Admissions. 
     The deposit is refundable until June 1st for returning students, May 1st for new students admitted for the fall semester, and December 1st for students admitted for the spring semester. Requests for refunds to new students must be made in writing to the Longwood College Director of Admissions.  Refunds to eligible returning students will be processed, automatically, following the completion of formal withdrawal procedures.   

Deposit payments made after May 1st (fall), or December 1st (spring), are non-refundable.    

All students:  The annual tuition deposit must be paid, in full, (along with the registration fee) before registration for the following semesterís classes will be allowed.   

Financial aid recipients:  In certain cases, returning students whose institutional charges are fully funded by financial aid may be eligible for a waiver of the annual tuition deposit.  To be eligible for the deposit waiver, the following conditions must be met:   

1.            The studentís current annual institutional charges must have been fully paid by financial aid awarded through the Longwood College Office of Financial Aid.  (Outside scholarships, vocational rehabilitation assistance, and/or other third party assistance will not qualify the student for a waiver of the deposit.  Also, partial financial aid will not qualify the student for a waiver of the deposit.)   

2.            The student must have filed his/her next yearís (annual) Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on or before the March 1st priority deadline to file.    

To be considered for a waiver of the deposit, eligible returning students must apply to the Office of Student Accounts on or before the deposit due date.  After the deposit due date, no waiver requests will be considered. 
     Also, if a full financial aid recipient is approved for a waiver of the annual tuition deposit, the annual registration fee must be paid on or before the deposit due date before registration for the following semesterís classes will be allowed.  After the deposit due date, both the annual tuition deposit and the registration fee must be paid, in full, before a full financial aid recipient may register.   

Damage Deposits   

Each student residing in a campus residence hall must pay a damage/contingency deposit of $100 upon initial assignment to the residence hall, excluding the summer term. Subsequently, if the deposit balance falls below $50 at any time, the student must restore the deposit to the $100 level. Individual and group damages may be assessed against the deposit. 
     In addition to individual student responsibility for damage to room accommodations (beyond normal wear), students will be liable for damages to common areas of their residence hall when individual responsibility cannot be determined and assigned. Responsibility for damage will be determined by the location of the damages and the nature of the circumstances surrounding the damage. Charges will be made against the damage deposit of each student living in the area. 
     The deposit balance will be refunded approximately three months after graduation from Longwood or withdrawal from the residence hall. The refunded amount will be net of any outstanding balance owed to the College for tuition and fees, course fees, library fines, parking fees, or telecommunication charges. No deposit refunds will be processed for $10 or less.   

Required Fees:   

Tuition and required fees are charged to all full-time and part-time students, including student interns, student teachers, and students earning credit hours for independent study.  Required fees include:   

     Activity Fee        
    
The activity fee is an administrative fee for student organization cost.  

     Comprehensive Fee        
The comprehensive fee includes charges for Athletics, Student Union, Student Health and Counseling Services, and other services.   

     Technology Fee 
The technology fee is used for direct technology support for students. This fee provides student network support and hardware and software in the academic computer labs.   

Meal Plans 
The Residence Hall Room and Board Agreement spells out the terms of the meal plans available. Students select meal plans in the agreement and are permitted to change their selected meal plan during specific periods of time as stated in the Residence Hall Room and Board Agreement.  For additional information, please refer to Longwood Dining Services, under the section Student Services, of this catalog.  

Billing and Payment Schedule  

The College bills degree-seeking undergraduate students.  Graduate and non-degree-seeking students are expected to pay for courses at the time of registration.  However, if a graduate or non-degree-seeking student has registered during the registration period and has not paid for courses at the time of final registration, then the Office of Cashiering and Student Accounts will generate a bill for the graduate or non-degree-seeking student.  When this occurs, graduate and non-degree-seeking students are required to pay all charges by the semester due date.  Please see Billing Schedules, below.   

Please note:  Revised bills will not be sent for courses added after the registration deadline.  Also, revised bills will not be sent for changes made to housing assignments or meal plans after the registration deadline.  Students are responsible for paying (or securing with adequate financial aid) all calculated charges on, or before, the semesterís due date.  Students requesting changes after registration are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Accounts for up-dated balances.  Failure to receive a bill does not waive the requirement for payment when due.   

Billing Schedules:   

First Semester: One-half of the annual charges, less any credits, will be billed on or about July 1st, and shall be due on or about August 1st. Credit will only be given for miscellaneous scholarships* if the student provides Longwood with official notification of the award(s) prior to Longwoodís scheduled billing dates. Failure to receive a bill does not waive the requirement for payment when due.   

Second Semester: The remaining half of the charges, less any credits, will be billed on or about December 1st, and shall be due on or about January 1st. Credit will only be given for miscellaneous scholarships* if the student provides Longwood with official notification of the award(s) prior to Longwoodís scheduled billing dates. Failure to receive a bill does not waive requirement for payment when due.

Monthly Payment Plan: The College offers a Monthly Payment Plan to students for the fall and spring semesters as an option for paying tuition bills. The deadline to apply for the Plan is on or about May 24th for the fall semester and on or about October 25th for the spring semester. Payments are due on the 5th of each month from June through October, for the fall semester, and from November through March, for the spring semester. A $50.00 late fee will be assessed for each late payment. Delinquent payments may result in the student being dropped from the MPP.  If a student is dropped from the MPP, then tuition and fee balances will be due in full.   

*  Please note:  Unless specific instructions to the contrary are issued by the awarding agencies, all miscellaneous scholarships will be evenly divided between the fall and spring semesters.  (Miscellaneous scholarships are scholarships awarded to students by high schools or other agencies independent of Longwood College.)   

Late Payment Fees       

A late payment fee of $50 will be assessed to each student account not paid in full, or secured by Financial Aid, on or before the due date. Additionally, any account with an outstanding balance following the last day to drop a class for the academic term may be charged a second $50 late fee.  Failure to receive a bill does not waive the requirement for payment when due and will not prevent the application of late fee(s).   

Late Registration Fee   

The Office of Registration will assess a charge of $50 to the account of any student registering during the late registration period who was academically eligible for registration.  Failure to register due to the presence of unresolved hold flags will not prevent the assessment of a late registration fee.   

Cancellation Policy for Unpaid Student Accounts   

Any student account with an unpaid balance not secured by a payment plan and/or financial aid will be subject to cancellation of course schedules. If a student is administratively withdrawn for non-payment of tuition and fees, the student will continue to owe Longwood College according to the schedule listed under the section Refunds and Charges. If a student is administratively withdrawn for non-payment of tuition and fees, and wishes to be reinstated, he/she must pay a reinstatement fee of $50 in addition to any outstanding charges.  Arrangements must be made with the Office of Registration and professors to authorize reinstatement, and payment, in full, must be made to the Office of Cashiering. 
    
No credit for college work will be given to any student for a diploma, a teacher's certificate, or for transfer purposes until all financial obligations to the College have been paid or secured to the satisfaction of the College. This will also prevent future registration, release of transcripts, and adding or dropping of classes.   

Notice of Fees and Charges on Unpaid Tuition and Fee Balances   

The public is hereby placed upon notice that failure to pay in full at the time services are rendered or when billed may result in the imposition of interest at the rate of 10 percent per month on the unpaid balance. If the matter is referred for collection to an attorney or to a collection agency, the debtor may then be liable for attorneyís fees and/or additional collection fees of up to 50 percent of the then unpaid balance. Returned checks will incur a handling fee of $25. Requesting or accepting services will be deemed to be acceptance of these terms. 
     The student is responsible for all charges assessed regardless of any arrangements or agreements made with other parties.  

Notice of Policies and Charges on Unpaid Telephone Accounts  

Students are responsible for the security of their authorization code, and will be liable for any charges made with their code. All students are required to pay telephone accounts within 30 days of the billing date. Failure to pay within 45 days of the billing date will result in a hold flag being placed on the student's record. This will prevent registration, adding or dropping of classes, and processing of transcripts. The student's authorization code will also be deactivated, preventing any additional long distance calls. Returned checks will incur a handling fee of $25.00. If the matter is referred for collection to an attorney or to a collection agency, then the debtor will be liable for attorney's fees and/or additional collection fees of up to 50 percent of the then unpaid balance. Requesting or accepting services will be deemed to be acceptance of these terms.   

Withdrawal Policies and Procedures for Students Withdrawing from Individual Courses

To receive a partial refund or credit of semester charges, a student must drop individual courses within the official semester ďadd / dropĒ period.  After the last day to drop a course, no refunds or credits will be issued to students who withdraw (without academic penalty) from individual courses.  For additional information concerning withdrawing without academic penalty, please refer to Withdrawal Policy, under the section Academic Regulations, of this catalog.   

Withdrawal Policies and Procedures for Students Withdrawing from the College   

Once a student has registered or otherwise been assigned classes for any semester, he/she must officially withdraw from the College before the first day of class for the academic semester to prevent tuition and fee charges. Students withdrawing from the College on the first day of the academic semester, or later, will be charged as stated under the section Refunds and Charges
     Withdrawal is not considered official unless a formal withdrawal is processed in the Academic Deanís Office of the studentís major. Undeclared and special students should report to the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The act of dropping classes, and/or a studentís failure to attend classes, will not fulfill the requirements for withdrawal. 

All students:  Please note that separate academic withdrawal policies exist in addition to financial withdrawal policies. For additional information, please refer to Withdrawal Policy, under the section Academic Regulations, of this Catalog.   

Financial aid recipients:  For additional information concerning withdrawal and its impact upon your financial aid, please refer to Financial Aid, within this section, of the catalog.   

Refunds and Charges    

Refunds and Charges will vary according to a studentís status and according to the type of course(s) for which a student is registered.  Students withdrawing from the College should refer to the appropriate Refunds and Charges section, below.     

Refunds and Charges for Full-Time Students Registered for On-Campus Classes and Withdrawing from the College  

Official notification of withdrawal must be processed prior to any consideration for a refund or adjustment to charges. This notification must be made to the respective academic deanís office, and should, if at all possible, be made in person or in writing. Failure to formally withdraw will result in no consideration for account adjustments. For students who complete formal withdrawal notification, refunds/credits will be based upon the effective date of withdrawal.  

The following charges and refunds will be made to students withdrawing from college:   

     1.    A full-time student withdrawing from the first 5 days of the academic semester will be refunded 100 percent of total charges* less a $250 withdrawal fee. 

     2.    A full-time student withdrawing during the first 25 percent of the academic semester will be refunded 50 percent of total charges*. 

     3.    A full-time student withdrawing during the period from 26 percent to 50 percent of the academic semester will be refunded 25 percent of total charges*. 

     4.    After 50 percent of the academic semester, no refunds will be made.   

            *  Please note:  After the start of the academic semester, no adjustments will be made to charges for late fees, early arrival fees, and/or registration fees.  Also, for withdrawals occurring after the last day to drop a class, no adjustments will be made to charges for course fees

Exceptions: In unusual circumstances, refunds beyond the above schedule may be recommended to the Vice President for Finance, by the Vice President for Student Affairs, for students who leave the College "for reasons beyond the student's control," such as for a verified incapacitation, illness, injury, or military reservist called to active duty. Enforced withdrawals, such as disciplinary suspension, do not involve refunds beyond the above schedule. 
    
The refund policy may vary in accordance with federal regulations.   

Please note:  Financial aid recipients should also reference Financial Aid, within this section of the catalog.   

Refunds and Charges for Part-Time Students Registered for On-Campus Classes and Withdrawing from the College   

The following charges and refunds will be made to part-time students withdrawing from the College:   

     1.    A part-time student withdrawing from the College or dropping all his/her classes during the first 5 days of the academic semester will be refunded all* but one in-state credit hour of tuition. 

     2.    A part-time student withdrawing during the first 25 percent of the academic semester will be refunded 50 percent of total charges* with a minimum charge of one in-state credit hour of tuition.

     3.    A part-time student withdrawing during the period from 26 percent to 50 percent of the academic semester will be refunded 25 percent of total charges* with a minimum charge of one in-state credit hour of tuition. 

     4.    After 50 percent of the academic semester, no refunds will be made. 

*  Please note:  After the start of the academic semester, no adjustments will be made to charges for:  late fees, early arrival fees, and/or registration fees.  Also, for withdrawals occurring after the last day to drop a class, no adjustments will be made to charges for course fees.

Official notification of withdrawal must be processed before any reduction in charges or refunds will be made.  A student may officially withdraw by contacting the Academic Deanís Office of his/her major.   

Please note:  Financial aid recipients should also reference Financial Aid, within this section of the catalog.  

Refunds and Charges for Students Registered for Off-Campus and Continuing Education Center Classes  

The following charges and refunds will be made to students withdrawing from off-campus classes:   

     1.    Students who withdraw before the first class meeting will be refunded all tuition less a $25 withdrawal fee and a registration fee ($1.50 per credit hour). (This does not apply to classes where registration is held at the first class meeting.)  Students must submit a letter of withdrawal postmarked prior to the first class meeting.  See either graduate or undergraduate below for instructions. 

     2.    Students who withdraw before the second class meeting will be refunded all tuition less the charge for one credit hour and the registration fee. Students must submit a letter of withdrawal prior to the second class meeting (students may not attend the second class meeting). The letter must be postmarked on, or before, the day of the second class meeting.  See either graduate or undergraduate below. 

3.      After the second class, no refunds will be made except in extenuating circumstances.  In unusual circumstances, refunds beyond the above schedule may be recommended to the Vice President of Administration and Finance by the Director of Graduate Studies or the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs.    

GRADUATE STUDENTS:   

South Boston Continuing Education Center (CEC) - Requests for withdrawals from off-campus classes must be submitted to the Program Coordinator of the CEC and will be forwarded for final approval to the Director of Graduate Studies.  Correspondence should be addressed to:   

Program Coordinator, Continuing Education Center
P. O. Box 739
South Boston, Virginia 24592   

Other Off-Campus Locations Ė Requests for withdrawals from off-campus classes must be submitted to the appropriate Dean and will be forwarded for approval to the Director of Graduate Studies.   

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS:   

South Boston Continuing Education Center (CEC) and Other Off-Campus Locations Ė Requests for withdrawals must be submitted to the appropriate Dean and then forwarded for final approval to the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs.   

Please note:  Financial aid recipients should also reference Financial Aid, within this section of the catalog.   

Refunds   

Refund checks will be issued in the name of the enrolled student, regardless of who originally made the payment.  This policy may not apply if federal, state, and/or local regulations require the return of funds to financial aid programs or to scholarship awarding agencies.   

For account overpayments created by federal financial aid awards, refunds will be issued, automatically, following the application of the federal funds that created the credit balance.  For account overpayments created by student, state, and/or local funds, refunds will be issued only after the student submits a written refund request to the Office of Student Accounts.  If no written refund request is issued, non-federal account credits will apply to future charges, unless the student graduates or leaves the College.   

Minimum Refund Policy

Due to the high cost of processing refunds, no refund checks will be issued for $10 or less.   

Special Cost Waivers for Children of War Casualties   

Children between the ages of 16 and 25, either of whose parents was killed in action, is missing in action or a prisoner of war in any armed conflict, or is or may hereafter become totally disabled due to service subsequent to December 6, 1941, while serving in the army, navy, marine corps, air force, or coast guard of the United States, are eligible for free tuition and institutional charges (excluding room and board) at any educational or training institution of collegiate or secondary grade in the Commonwealth of Virginia if approved by the Director of the Division of War Veterans' Claims with the following stipulations:   

     1.    Parent was a citizen of Virginia at the time of such service. 

     2.    Parent is, and has been, a citizen of Virginia for at least ten years immediately prior to the date on which the application was submitted by or on behalf of such child for admission to any educational or training institution of collegiate or secondary grade in this Commonwealth. 

     3.    If parent is deceased, was a citizen of Virginia on the date of his or her death, and had been a citizen of Virginia for at least 10 years immediately prior to his or her death.   

Eligibility for these benefits is established by the Director of War Veterans' Claims, Richmond, VA 23216.  Students who consider themselves eligible should contact the Director or may seek assistance from the Director of Admissions at Longwood. Verification of eligibility must be on file with the Office of Cashiering and Student Accounts before the first day of classes each semester. Please note that the waiver of tuition and fees does not include a waiver of charges for room and board. Room and board should be paid on, or before, the payment due date for each semester. 

Senior Citizens Higher Education Act

Senior citizens aged 60 or over, with a Federal taxable income of less than $10,000 per year, and who have lived in Virginia for one year, can enroll in credit courses free of tuition, provided they meet the admissions standards of the college and space is available. Any senior citizen aged 60 or over can enroll in a non-credit course or audit a credit course free of tuition, regardless of taxable income, provided space is available. The senior citizen is obligated to pay fees established for the purpose of paying for course materials, such as laboratory fees. A maximum of three courses may be taken per semester.      
    
Approval to register for classes under the Senior Citizens Higher Education Act may be obtained in the Office of Student Accounts, Lancaster 344.   

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