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COVID-19

Coronavirus

Emergency Grants for UW-Green Bay Students

New Resources Available for Emergency Funding

The pandemic has disrupted your life and your academic career. One-time federal emergency funding is now available to UW-Green Bay students who have been impacted by COVID-19. The application is easy and only takes a few minutes of your time.

Apply For Emergency Funding

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Eligibility

To meet the minimum requirements for any emergency funding, students must be: 

  • Enrolled at UW-Green Bay as a degree-seeking, full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate student for the Spring or Summer 2020 semester
  • Experiencing unexpected financial hardship 

Who Should Apply?

All students who are having financial difficulties are encouraged to complete this request because UW-Green Bay has multiple sources for funding, but please note that funding from the federal CARES Act, specifically, requires that additional criteria be met, including:
 
  • The completion of a 2019-20 or 2020-21 FAFSA (Federal Application for Student Aid) and meeting all financial aid eligibility requirements for the Spring or Summer 2020 semester 

Apply For Emergency Funding

Don't Qualify? There are Options

If you do not qualify for the CARES grant, please email emergencygrant@uwgb.edu  there are other institutional funds that are available for students. 

CARES Grant Emergency Funding Coverage

CARES Act expenses covered related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) can include:

  • Expenses for technology (internet, hotspot, printer, computer)
  • Fees paid to end leases or pay rent for housing that you are not currently living in
  • Food expenses due to campus dining or Campus Cupboard closures
  • Overdue utility bills
  • Purchase of additional course materials due to the moving online
  • Childcare or health care costs due to COVID-19
  • Other financial needs arising from individual and/or special circumstances to be determined on a case by case basis

Examples of things NOT COVERED by any emergency grant funding:

  • Anticipated expenses beyond spring 2020 semester
  • Legal fines or non-essential personal expenses
  • Parking tickets, library fines or other expenses mistakenly incurred
  • Funds for the replacement of lost or stolen items
  • Lost earnings due to COVID-19 or other reasons
  • Ongoing expenses
Funds awarded do not need to be repaid, however, they may be subject to federal tax reporting.  
CARES Act:  Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund – Student Aid Overview and Data
 

Application Process

Complete and submit the online application. Applications will be reviewed quickly and a decision will be made and communicated to you via your UW-Green Bay email within five business days of submission.
 
 

Timing

Because some federal funding applies to UW-Green Bay’s Spring and Summer 2020 Semesters only, it is critical that you submit an application as soon as possible
 
UW-Green Bay will continue to stand by our students, providing needed financial, academic and emotional support. Please submit an application today.

 
Website Instructions
 

Filling Out Online Form
Looking for help on filling out the form? Use our how to guide on How To Request Emergency Funding (PDF)

Resuming Previous Application 

  1. To create a new application for the grant use the Emergency Grant Request Form.
  2. To resume filling out a grant application you have previously saved use the Form Login. When you log in, you will see a Task List where you can open your application and continue working where you left off.

After submitting your grant application, on the next screen please select “Logoff” or you can select “Running Processes” to see the current status of your application.

Apply For Emergency Funding


Questions?

Contact us by email at emergencygrant@uwgb.edu.

Accessibility Questions
Use the UW-Green Bay accessibility website.