I agree that it will be unlikely for a government to stop an existing program which benefits a secular institution. The previous poster is absolutely right, the political fallout would be huge. Lines have been crossed in many places for years. A local catholic womans college (which just closed) has received numerous federal and state grants over the years. It had a "returning woman" program which was federally funded (for women returning to school after having children), a northeast consultation group funded by the state, and many others. Actually, one of the colleges past presidents was the Secretary of the Agency of Human Services for the State of VT. This is in a state where the state supreme court ruled in the 1950's that public school money cannot go to a private secular school. All the best!