Emergency Funding and Grants for Students
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Learn more about emergency grants available to eligible Carroll University students through HEERF II emergency grant funding, and details about Carroll’s Student Emergency Fund, which provides assistance to students experiencing financial hardship due to unexpected circumstances.
Emergency Grants Available to Eligible Carroll University Students Through HEERF II
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HEERF II was passed by Congress in December 2020. It included funds to assist college and university students who have been financially impacted by a disruption to their semester as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. These funds were sent to colleges and universities to provide emergency grants to students. These grants, which do not need to be repaid, were meant to cover expenses such as:
- cost of attendance, including tuition
- unforeseen food costs
- housing costs
- course materials
- health care and childcare expenses
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Carroll University Student Emergency Fund
The Student Emergency Fund provides limited grants and short-term, interest-free loans to Carroll University students experiencing financial hardship due to unexpected circumstances. Students may request financial assistance for any critical costs they cannot otherwise cover (such as medical bills, utilities, transportation costs, or personal or academic supplies). All requests are handled thoughtfully, confidentially, and on a case-by-case basis. Students may submit requests for emergency funding through the university chaplain at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Emergency funds may NOT be applied to tuition, fees or housing costs owed directly to the university at this time. Students with financial need related directly to tuition, fees or on-campus housing should contact email@example.com.