Emergency Funding Assistance
Student Emergency Services
When a student is faced with the financial effects of an emergency and has exhausted all other means of assistance, a staff member can assist in identifying potential sources of emergency funds.
Emergency funding assistance is provided to a student one time during his or her academic career at Texas State and funds are limited to $400 per student.
Once funding is approved and in order to make sure the funds are available quickly, the student should make sure that the direct deposit information is accurate and up-to-date. Go to the "Student Payment Portal & E-Refunds" link on the Student Business Services webpage.
Qualifications for Funding
- Has not received emergency assistance - either a grant or a loan - from any Texas State office due to COVID-19 (Bobcat Cares, Student Emergency Services, and any department, college or program grants and/or scholarships). This will be verified prior to consideration.
Currently enrolled or was enrolled in the previous long (fall or spring) semester as an undergraduate or graduate, but did not graduate.
Can provide official documentation about both the emergency (unforeseen) event and the subsequent financial need.
Exhausted all other financial resources
Completed the Funding Request Form
Financial Assistance After a Natural Disaster
When a natural disaster strikes, a Student Emergency Services staff member can provide assistance and information about local, State and Federal recovery efforts.
For information about Texas State emergencies and alerts, click on this link for University Police Emergency Management.