Emergency Aid Fund
The Emergency Aid Fund is a financial assistance program for students who are facing unforeseen financial emergencies and catastrophic events that may disrupt their education. Emergency funds are not intended to pay for monthly or regular expenses or be a consistent supplement to a student’s education funding. Students may only receive emergency funding once per semester, if approved for aid.
Examples of emergencies:
- Significant uncovered medical expenses related to self or child.
- Loss of housing due or income due to unforeseen circumstances.
- Inadequate food supply
- Danger of having necessary utilities disrupted or cutoff (electricity, water, etc.)
Tuition and fees payments are not covered under this grant.
Emergency Fund Eligibility
To be eligible to apply for the Student Emergency Fund, you must:
- Be registered for at least 9 credits in the semester in which the funds would apply.
- Plan on enrolling or have already enrolled the semester following the award period
- Provide documentation of the emergency.
- Be in good academic standing, with a minimum 2.0 GPA
Page last updated 4:38 PM, December 19, 2019