The conversation around emergency aid is an ever-evolving process based on these six core elements.
An important element in maximizing the impact emergency aid can have on student retention is dedicating leadership to oversee and guide and work.
To sustain emergency aid efforts, institutions should look for innovative ways to support students in need and identify multiple sources of funds.
Institutions must ensure that emergency aid complies with federal and state aid guidelines and decisions about aid distribution are consistent and fair.
To truly meet the urgent needs of students, smart systems can ensure emergency aid resources are delivered quickly and effectively.
To successfully deliver emergency aid, colleges and universities must strategically raise awareness about the available resources
To understand the impact of emergency aid on student success and to continually improve services, colleges and universities can use and analyze data.
The community of institutions interested in emergency aid continues to grow. We'll collect and catalog many of the developed resources and tools so they can be discovered, shared and improved upon by the evolving emergency aid community. Browse this library of tools and resources for implementing, evaluating and improving emergency aid at colleges and universities.
Learn some key concepts about emergency aid and get answers to frequently asked questions.
Want to share your experience with emergency aid? Have a story about a student who benefited from an aid program? Share your story.
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Explore interviews and news from the growing community of administrators, researchers, students and others working in emergency aid.
UCSB conference tackles subjects like new models for student dining, health implications of food insecurity and more.
Amarillo College embraces systems change to overcome student poverty barriers.
Read this report by Lumina Foundation on implementation and early lessons from their two main funding programs.