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Madison College COVID-19 Impact Grant

If your finances were impacted by COVID-19, you can receive emergency assistance through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) II from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSSA). Use funding for any school expense—even beyond tuition. Or pay an emergency-related expense caused by COVID-19.

What Expenses Are Covered?

  • Tuition -  funding will be applied to your current balance.
  • Living expenses
  • Emergencies caused by COVID-19

Who Is Eligible for Emergency Funds?

All students who are enrolled in 1 or more Madison College courses.

As of March 19, 2021, as confirmed by the Department of Education, students who are enrolled in one of the following may receive HEERF financial aid grants:

  • A degree program
  • A certificate
  • Continuing education
  • Non-credit or non-degree
  • Dual enrollment
  • Qualified aliens, as defined within 8 U.S.C. section 1641 (including refugees and persons granted asylum)

How Much Funding Can I Receive Each Term?

The COVID Impact Grant is available once each term until funding is depleted.

The funding amount is based on the number of credits you're enrolled in.

How will I receive funding?

The preferred method of disbursing emergency funding is by Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT). Those who have signed up for EFT will have funding automatically disbursed to your bank account.  Students who do not have a bank account or does not sign up for EFT will have a paper check mailed to your home address within 7-10 days of being processed. It is your responsibility to ensure the address is correct in your student account. For students who select “tuition consent” in the form will have funding applied directly to their student account.

If I receive a check, how long do I have to cash it?

Emergency funding is created to support an immediate need. Therefore, checks should be cashed or deposited within 14 days of receipt.  After 30 days, if a check is not cashed, it may be rescinded and given to another student in need. Checks will not be reissued if uncashed.

Funding Amount and Enrolled Credits

  • $500 | 12 or more credits
  • $250 | 6-11 credits
  • $125 | 1-5 credits

Complete the emergency fund request form to be considered.

Only one submission is allowed per term.