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Carolina Christian College applied for the CARES Act grant on 4/21/2020 and is a recipient of the HEREF Grant effective May 5, 2020.

The grant funds received under the 18004(a)(1) is designated to assist students during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Students should check their school (Carolina) email for updates and notifications.

POSTED: April 21, 2020

Carolina Christian recently has received and disbursed CARES Act Emergency Funds to qualifying students. These funds have been allocated to Higher Education Institutions for the purpose of providing financial assistance to students whose classes and campus life were affected by the Coronavirus / COVID-19. Carolina Christian was fortunate to receive over $50,000 in emergency relief funding that can go directly to our qualifying students.

These funds are to provide emergency financial aid grants to students for expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to the Coronavirus, including eligible expenses under a student’s cost of attendance, such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and childcare.

The initial disbursement and appeal were for $736.29 and additional funds are considered case-by-case as funds are available.  The amount of the last wave will be determined by College’s FTE.  Students should check their school account email daily for any new updates and the appropriate link to request funds.

More than 50% of the funds were disbursed in 3 waves to 30 students:

  1. Qualifying students (Definition below) May 18th thru May 29th
  2. Appeal of qualifying student (Students could demonstrate that they met the qualifications) June 6ththru June 10th
  3. Appeals for additional funds (Students with additional expenses that were not covered in the initial disbursement) June 15th thru June 26th

The remaining funds will be disbursed in the last wave of grants to qualified students in the Fall term, expected timeframe late September.

Definition of a Qualifying Student

For the purpose of this program an enrolled student must meet the following guideline:

  • A student must qualify for federal aid through the application of the aid in the given award year.
  • A student must have been enrolled in a degree program for Spring 2020 term.
  • Those students must have remained enrolled during a session or course.
  • Those students must have been actively engaged in classroom learning.  Classroom learning is defined by the participation in weekly discussions and submission of weekly assignments in the session and/or course.
  • If a student withdraws from the current term or course they would not qualify for aid.

 

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UPDATED: June 18, 2020

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