Fee Relief GRANT
What is the Fee Relief Grant?
In Fall 2019 the campus underwent a fee increase process via alternative consultation for the Instructionally Related Activity Fee and the Student Health and Wellness Fee (formerly known as the Health Services Fee). Included in the fee increase process was a 3% return to aid component to help to offset the impact of this fee increase to support students who were experiencing a financial hardship. This means that 3% of the funds collected for each fee are set aside to support students who are unable to pay the fee increase amount ($100 total per semester).
Please submit an application to be considered for the Fee Relief Grant
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, students who receive financial aid are eligible to apply for the Fee Relief grant.
Please note, receiving the grant will not impact future financial aid eligibility. However, your financial aid may be affected during the semester in which you receive the award. Since the fee relief grant is a total of $100, the semester in which you receive the award you may experience a reduction in your financial aid by a maximum amount of $100. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for more detailed information at [email protected].
Since the fee relief grant is a total of $100, the semester in which you receive the award you may experience a reduction in your financial aid by a maximum amount of $100. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for more detailed information at [email protected].
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