Clark College offers a variety of local and state-funded financial resources to current students in crisis due to unexpected barriers which may otherwise prevent them from completing the term successfully.
The Emergency Grant Committee will reopen the application for completion during the upcoming fall 2022 term on October 3 @ 8:00 a.m.
Local and State funding allocated for support will be available to current students in crisis.
Due to an influx of student applicants each term, the Emergency Grant Committee reserves the right to close the application for student completion at any time, once a determination has been made that emergency grant funds have been exhausted.
If you have questions about emergency grants or your application, please email email@example.com
For additional financial resources available to help you during this time, visit our Financial Wellness page.
Clark College grants are funded by generous donors through the Clark College Foundation and county and state grant programs. They vary in eligibility requirements. Some emergency grants require expense documentation and pay the vendor directly. Awards typically range from $100-$2,000. Institutional emergency grants can affect financial aid packages. To check to see if your financial aid package would be affected, go to the Financial Aid tile in ctcLink:
For more information about financial resources like safe housing, food programs, health care and job training, visit 211info.org or Clark’s Financial Wellness resources, Workforce Education Services (WES), and Homelessness Prevention and Housing. Emergency funding is not intended to provide ongoing relief of recurring expenses or as a consistent supplement for educational purposes.
You must have an accurate mailing address in ctcLink BEFORE Referralting this application.
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