Student Government #GivingTrueday 2022

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Help turn your $25 donation into a $50 donation this Giving Trueday!

Help us double the impact! This #GIVINGTRUEDAY, Student Government will match donations, up to $10,000. 

Student Government recognizes that there is an ever-growing need to support students through tough times like these. The Student Emergency Fund is a resource that exists for students facing unforeseen financial crises that can help every student achieve success. This is why we have made it a strategic priority to support and invest in our student's success and opportunity by matching donations for the Student Emergency Fund. We invite you to give what you can to the Student Emergency Fund this Giving True season!

The Student Emergency Fund provides limited emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled EMU students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an emergency, accident, or another critical incident that will impact their ability to fully participate in their academic career at EMU. 

We, as students, understand how difficult it can be now to focus on our school and success because of the financial hardship that is sweeping the nation. Providing an opportunity for students to feel safe and secure as they finish their years here at EMU is the key goal of the Student Emergency Fund. 

By donating as a student, you can help your peers to reach their goals and have a better experience on campus. By donating as faculty, you can help your students be more involved in the classroom, keep up on homework, and allow them to fully involve themselves at EMU. By donating as an Alumni, you can help a student graduate on time, find more opportunities outside the classroom, and have a chance to actually be a student. 

The fund is designated to offset a short-term financial need and is not intended to replace or supplement financial aid. Funds are awarded as a grant, and unlike a loan, do not need to be repaid. Students must submit an application to the Office of Student Affairs to be reviewed by a committee to determine eligibility.

 

Details and application information can be found here.

 

 


 

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