COVID-19 Financial Assistance Eligibility Information

COVID-19 Financial Assistance Eligibility Information

SemesterDeadlineAssistance
Spring 2021Until funds are
depleted
Internet Supplement

$200 supplement automatically awarded if you:
• received the internet supplement for fall 2020
• not in an established, fully online degree program
• not living in on-campus housing

If you did not automatically receive the supplement, and are in need of financial assistance for internet, you can request it using this form.
Spring 2021
(Undergraduate Students)
February 16, 2021 @12:30 AMIf you are an undergraduate student who feels they may need additional financial assistance related to COVID-19, please reach out via email for assistance.
Spring 2021
(Graduate and Professional Students)
February 16, 2021 @12:30 AMGraduate and professional students may request assistance through an individual appeal form.
Fall 2020N/ARelocation Allowance:

A $400 allowance for relocation expenses for undergraduate students who are financial aid recipients that move home from on-campus to their permanent residence will be added to the "living with parents" fall cost of attendance (“student budget”). 
Fall 2020Until funds are depletedInternet Supplement

$200 supplement automatically awarded if you are:
• taking all courses remotely in Fall 2020
• not in an established, fully online degree program
• not living in on-campus housing
• currently receiving need-based financial aid
Fall 2020-Academic Year
(Undergraduate Students)
N/A Automatic consideration for undergraduate students enrolled in Spring 2020 and Fall 2020 semesters. No application required for CARES funding. Must complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA.

If you are an undergraduate student who feels they may need additional financial assistance related to COVID-19, please reach out via email for assistance.
Fall 2020-Academic Year
(Graduate and Professional Students)
October 1, 2020Graduate and professional students may request assistance through an individual appeal form.
Summer Sessions 2020 June 28, 2020 Funding provided to meet costs not covered in cost of attendance by grants or loans. For students enrolled in SSI, SSII or both sessions and who request financial assistance (see full details in the application process section below). Must complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA.
Spring 2020 May 1, 2020 Funding provided to assist with emergency education, basic needs, and relocation expenses (airfare, internet, storage, transportation, food, temporary housing) to students whose financial assistance requests were approved.
SemesterDeadlineAssistance
Spring 2021Until funds are
depleted
Internet Supplement

$200 supplement automatically awarded if you:
• received the internet supplement for fall 2020
• not in an established, fully online degree program
• not living in on-campus housing

If you did not automatically receive the supplement, and are in need of financial assistance for internet, you can request it using this form.
Spring 2021
(Undergraduate Students)
February 16, 2021 @12:30 AMIf you are an undergraduate student who feels they may need additional financial assistance related to COVID-19, please reach out via email for assistance.
Spring 2021
(Graduate and Professional Students)
February 16, 2021 @12:30 AMGraduate and professional students may request assistance through an individual appeal form.
Fall 2020N/ARelocation Allowance:

A $400 allowance for relocation expenses for undergraduate students who are financial aid recipients that move home from on-campus to their permanent residence will be added to the "living with parents" fall cost of attendance (“student budget”). 
Fall 2020Until funds are depletedInternet Supplement

$200 supplement automatically awarded if you are:
• taking all courses remotely in Fall 2020
• not in an established, fully online degree program
• not living in on-campus housing
• currently receiving need-based financial aid
Fall 2020-Academic Year
(Undergraduate Students)
N/A Automatic consideration for undergraduate students enrolled in Spring 2020 and Fall 2020 semesters. No application required for CARES funding. Must complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA.

If you are an undergraduate student who feels they may need additional financial assistance related to COVID-19, please reach out via email for assistance.
Fall 2020-Academic Year
(Graduate and Professional Students)
October 1, 2020Graduate and professional students may request assistance through an individual appeal form.
Summer Sessions 2020 June 28, 2020 Funding provided to meet costs not covered in cost of attendance by grants or loans. For students enrolled in SSI, SSII or both sessions and who request financial assistance (see full details in the application process section below). Must complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA.
Spring 2020 May 1, 2020 Funding provided to assist with emergency education, basic needs, and relocation expenses (airfare, internet, storage, transportation, food, temporary housing) to students whose financial assistance requests were approved.
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