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Federal government funding has been allocated to assist students with covering expenses related to the disruption of campus operations and services available due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Relief Fund – Application open now
If you purchased additional tech equipment or supplies to continue spring semester classes online or had unexpected expenses, grants from the COVID-19 Relief Fund may put money back in your wallet. Don’t wait – funds are limited.
To qualify, you must enroll in at least one on-campus or regional course in Spring 2020, excludes online courses. Must have completed the 2019-2020 or 2020-2021 FAFSA.
Grants may not cover all costs requested or actually incurred. It’s beneficial to document actual amounts paid and provide as many details as possible in the explanation. Qualifying expenses include:
Additional Class Costs for testing or tutoring
Books & Supplies Costs
Food Scarcity or Food Cost related to COVID-19
Technology Costs includes computers, equipment, software, internet service, etc
Transportation for students who had to return home out of state
Other reason(s) may be considered