Students with EFC’s between 0-$2923 will receive $540.
Students with EFC’s between$2924-$5846 will receive $480.
Students with EFC’s between $5847-$8,769 will receive $420.
Students with EFC’s between $8,770-$11,692 will receive $360.
Students with EFC’s between 11,693-$14,615 will receive $300.
Each student who receives funding will receive an e-mail with the following wording:
“In response to the coronavirus pandemic, funds have been made available through the CRRSAA Act to award emergency grants to students for expenses related to the any component of the student’s cost of attendance or for emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus. Eligible expenses include tuition, food, housing, health care (including mental health care), or childcare. The Campus has deemed you eligible to receive an emergency grant in the amount of $XX. This is not a loan and will not need to be paid back and will not affect your financial aid award amounts for academic year 2021-2022. Students must understand it is their responsibility to notify Vito Cavallaro in the financial aid office immediately if they will not incur expenses that meet or exceed the amount of their emergency grant.”
The Bursar’s office will announce that checks are available for pick up to each awardee and confirm that all checks are cashed by selected students.
On September 21, 2021 the college disbursed $140,066 from HEERF 3 funds and $514 from College funds to 266 students using the criteria from section 6.