SC4 is providing a minimum of $2,000,000 in federal emergency grants to support SC4 students impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The money is available to currently enrolled SC4 students experiencing expenses directly related to the change in campus operations due to the coronavirus. Awards are available to help students who are working toward the completion of a certificate or degree.
The emergency funding to support SC4 students includes $976,191 received as part of the CARES Act approved by Congress in March, 2020, as well as an additional $1,045,742 authorized as part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) signed into law on December 27, 2020. Awards are in addition to any other financial aid support the student may have received.
Students experiencing financial hardships and expenses related to the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic are asked to complete the brief form below.
Emergency aid is intended to help students with expenses that may affect their ability to attend SC4, including costs such as tuition, technology, housing, transportation, health care (including mental), basic living needs and other college-related costs.
Emergency Awards Application for SC4 students
Applicants must satisfy multiple eligibility measures per the Department of Education. If you completed the FAFSA and had the information sent to SC4 you do not need to take any additional action. If you have not completed the FAFSA (or did not have the information sent to SC4) you are encouraged to complete one at fafsa.ed.gov or log into your FAFSA account to add SC4 to the list of schools receiving the information in order to be considered for a CARES/CRRSAA award. Questions may be directed to email@example.com.
Important note: High school guest students are currently not eligible for CARES/CRRSAA student awards according to current guidance from the Department of Education.
The CARES/CRRSAA/ARP Application is closed for the Summer semester.
Check back for the application after the Fall semester starts.