COVID-19 Pandemic Assistance Fund

Summer Quarter Pandemic Assistance Emergency Aid Application Opens June 13

Students may request up to $2298.00 for assistance for tuition, books, technology, housing, food, child-care, healthcare, or transportation expenses due to COVID-related circumstances.

Students requesting tuition assistance for Summer Quarter 2022 should indicate on the application if they would like Shoreline to make payment on their tuition and fees. With electronic permission, Shoreline will place a tuition hold on their unpaid balance until emergency aid can pay for their tuition and fees.

Students requesting emergency aid for other expenses will receive their funds through Bankmobile. Summer Quarter disbursements will begin on July 5, 2022 through the student’s chosen Bankmobile disbursement method. Students must have a United States address to receive a Bankmobile disbursement.

Students may request emergency aid to pay past debts owed to the college by indicating on their application that they give Shoreline electronic permission to pay a past debt owed to Shoreline. In order for debts to be paid, the debt must have occurred during the declared pandemic, from March 2020 to the present date.

The U.S. Department of Education has made grants available to Institutions under the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Shoreline Community College has been allocated grants under HEERF I, HEERF II, and HEERF III to support our students and ensure learning continues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You may qualify for up to a maximum of $2,165 per quarter to help pay for any component of your college cost of attendance or for emergency costs that arise due to the coronavirus, such as:

  • Tuition and fees (must provide electronic affirmative consent found within the application if you wish to have outstanding tuition and fees paid)  
  • Textbooks and course materials
  • Food
  • Housing/rent
  • Technology (laptop, WiFi hotspot, software, webcam, printer)
  • Healthcare
  • Childcare

Eligibility

Priority will be given to students with exceptional need. Exceptional need will be determined based on the tools listed below and information provided on the emergency application form:

  • Need determined by the Department of Education Guidance as being Pell Grant eligible as determined by current FAFSA
  • Need determined by current State of Washington Median Family Income (MFI) up to 65% MFI. Must fill out the Emergency Aid application
  • Need determined by the college with previously established financial hardships and/or Emergency Aid application

In addition to meeting the requirement for “exceptional need”, you must meet all of the following criteria:  

  • Be an admitted and registered student in the 2022-23 school year
  • Be currently enrolled in classes. Students in non-degree seeking (pre-requisite for graduate programs), non-credit (Transitional Studies such as ABE, ESL), dual enrollment (Running Start, CEO), continuing education classes, and fully distance education programs could qualify.
  • All currently enrolled students can apply. This includes international students and undocumented students, including DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).

Please Note: The current FAFSA application is not required but strongly recommended to establish exceptional need.

Distribution of Funds

Grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis until funding runs out and will be disbursed as quickly as possible.

  • This grant does not need to be repaid and will not negate or replace any financial aid you may have already received
  • You may reapply for this grant each quarter, as funds remain available

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Questions

For questions or assistance with the application form, please send an email to emergencyaid@shoreline.edu. If you need immediate food or housing assistance, please contact our Benefits Hub.

HEERF Reporting

The following reports are provided as part of the College’s agreement with the Department of Education. As of October 1, 2020, reports will be provided no later than 10 days after the end of each calendar quarter (September 30, December 31, March 31, June 30) for the term of the agreement.

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

  • Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $2,438,383 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.
  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $243,832.38
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 4,498
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 160
  • Method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants: Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements by a published deadline. Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,065. Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare. Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are not awarded are also notified.

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

As of 5/20/2020, applications for Spring Quarter 2020 are now closed.

  • Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $2,438,383 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.
  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $243,832.38
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 4,498
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 160
  • Method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants: Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements by a published deadline. Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,065. Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare. Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are not awarded are also notified.

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Applications for Fall Quarter funds will open in September 2020. Please check back for updated information.

  • Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $2,438,383 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.
  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $243,832.38
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 4,498
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 160
  • Method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants: Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements by a published deadline. Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,065. Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare. Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are not awarded are also notified.

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

The application for Fall Quarter funds opened on September 17, 2020.

  • Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $2,438,383 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.
  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $314,779
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 6220
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 225
  • Method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants: Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens. Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,065. Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are not awarded are also notified.

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are no awarded are also notified.

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $2,438,383 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $527,643.19
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 6817
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 401

Quarterly report ending December 31st, 2020 (for the months of October, November, and December):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending December 31st, 2020: $212,864.19
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 6817
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 176

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are not awarded are also notified.

Shoreline's CARES Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Report - December 2020

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $2,438,383 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF I Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,083,017.19
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 4531
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 730

Quarterly report ending March 31st, 2021 (for the months of January, February, and March 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending March 31st, 2021: $557,574
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1712
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 369

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Priority will be given to students with exceptional need. Exceptional need will be determined based on the tools listed below and information provided on the emergency application form:

  • Need determined by the Department of Education Guidance as being Pell Grant eligible as determined by current FAFSA
  • Need determined by current State of Washington Median Family Income (MFI) up to 65% MFI. Must fill out the Emergency Aid application
  • Need determined by the college with previously established financial hardships and/or Emergency Aid application
  • Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile
  • Students who are not awarded are also notified

Shoreline's CARES Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Report - March 2021

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF I Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,083,017.19
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 4531
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 730

Quarterly report ending June 30th, 2021 (for the months of April, May and June 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending June 30th, 2021: 0
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1712
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 0

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Priority will be given to students with exceptional need. Exceptional need will be determined based on the tools listed below and information provided on the emergency application form:

  • Need determined by the Department of Education Guidance as being Pell Grant eligible as determined by current FAFSA
  • Need determined by current State of Washington Median Family Income (MFI) up to 65% MFI. Must fill out the Emergency Aid application
  • Need determined by the college with previously established financial hardships and/or Emergency Aid application
  • Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile
  • Students who are not awarded are also notified

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF I Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,219,167.10
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 4531
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 800

Quarterly report ending September 30th, 2021 (for the months of July, August, September 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending September 30th, 2021: $135,149.90
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 2472
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 72

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are no awarded are also notified.

Shoreline's CARES Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Report - September 2021

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF I Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,219,192.00
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 4531
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 801

Quarterly report ending December 31st, 2021 (for the months of October, November, December 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending December 31st, 2021: $1,024.91
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1426
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 2

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are no awarded are also notified.

Shoreline's CARES Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Report - December 2021

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF I Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,219,192.00
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 0
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 801

Quarterly report ending March 31st, 2022 (for the months of January, February, and March of 2022):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending March 31st, 2022: $0
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 0
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 0

Shoreline's CARES Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Report - March 2022

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA Section 314(a)(1) program to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $4,668,215 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $69,762.95
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1712
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 40

Quarterly report ending March 31st, 2021 (for the months of January, February, and March 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending March 31st, 2021: $69,762.95
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1712
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 40

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Priority will be given to students with exceptional need. Exceptional need will be determined based on the tools listed below and information provided on the emergency application form:

  • Need determined by the Department of Education Guidance as being Pell Grant eligible as determined by current FAFSA
  • Need determined by current State of Washington Median Family Income (MFI) up to 65% MFI. Must fill out the Emergency Aid application
  • Need determined by the college with previously established financial hardships and/or Emergency Aid application
  • Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile
  • Students who are not awarded are also notified

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA Section 314(a)(1) program to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $4,668,215 total received, with $1,219,192 to be awarded directly to students.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $672,649.91
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1582
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 400

Quarterly report ending June 30th, 2021 (for the months of April, May, June 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending June 30th, 2021: $602,886.96
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1582
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 360

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Priority will be given to students with exceptional need. Exceptional need will be determined based on the tools listed below and information provided on the emergency application form:

  • Need determined by the Department of Education Guidance as being Pell Grant eligible as determined by current FAFSA
  • Need determined by current State of Washington Median Family Income (MFI) up to 65% MFI. Must fill out the Emergency Aid application
  • Need determined by the college with previously established financial hardships and/or Emergency Aid application
  • Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile
  • Students who are not awarded are also notified

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF II Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,217,217.04
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 2742
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 706

Quarterly report ending September 30th, 2021 (for the months of July, August, September 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending September 30th, 2021: $544,622.04
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 2472
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 306

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are no awarded are also notified.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF II Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,219,192.00
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1426
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 714

Quarterly report ending December 31st, 2021 (for the months of October, November, December 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending December 31st, 2021: $9,667.36
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1426
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 8

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are no awarded are also notified.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF II Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,218,461
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1544
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 714

Quarterly report ending March 31st, 2022 (for the months of January, February, and March of 2022):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending March 31st, 2022: $0
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1544
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 0

Shoreline Community College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement whereby the College has used, or intends to use, the applicable amount of funds designated under the ARP (American Rescue Plan) Section 2003(a)(1) program to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Total funds received from the Department of Education via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF): $8,178,973 total received, with $4,209,199 to be awarded directly to students.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $0
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1582
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 0

Quarterly report ending June 30th, 2021 (for the months of April, May, June 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending June 30th , 2021: $0
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1582
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 0

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Priority will be given to students with exceptional need. Exceptional need will be determined based on the tools listed below and information provided on the emergency application form:

  • Need determined by the Department of Education Guidance as being Pell Grant eligible as determined by current FAFSA
  • Need determined by current State of Washington Median Family Income (MFI) up to 65% MFI. Must fill out the Emergency Aid application
  • Need determined by the college with previously established financial hardships and/or Emergency Aid application
  • Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile
  • Students who are not awarded are also notified

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF III Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $381,669.46
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 2472
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 246

Quarterly report ending September 30th, 2021 (for the months of July, August, September 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending September 30th, 2021: $381,669.46
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 2472
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 246

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are no awarded are also notified.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF III Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $977,117.18
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1426
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 631

Quarterly report ending December 31st, 2021 (for the months of October, November, December 2021):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending December 31st, 2021: $595,447.72
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1426
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 385

The method to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

  • Students submit an application that addresses all Title IV eligibility requirements as the quarterly application opens.
  • Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis with a maximum award of $2,165.
  • Individual award amounts are determined by an awarding matrix based on student-identified need for assistance with technology, food, rent and housing, tuition and fees, books and supplies, childcare, or healthcare.
  • Students are notified of their awards by email and funds are disbursed to students via Bank Mobile. Students who are no awarded are also notified.

Funds awarded to date:

  • Total amount of HEERF III Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students to date: $1,807,711.66
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1544
  • Total number of students who have received Emergency Financial Aid Grants to date: 1158

Quarterly report ending March 31st, 2022 (for the months of January, February, and March of 2022):

  • Total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students for the quarter ending March 31st, 2022: $830,594.48
  • Estimated number of students eligible to participate in Title IV and eligible for Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 1544
  • Total number of students who received Emergency Financial Aid Grants: 527