CARES Act Information
The CARES Act requires all colleges and universities participating in the program to provide access to the following information:
An application process has also been established to allow other students to apply for grants based on the cost of any technology related expenses incurred by the student from March 13, 2020 until the grant funds are expended. Eligible students are defined as degree seeking students enrolled in a Masters or Doctoral degree program and enrolled in at least six (6) credits in a Masters degree or Doctoral degree program during the Spring 2020 semester.
Recently legislation was enacted that created the CARES Act. Under this act, Evangelical Seminary received funding that must go directly to students to cover expenses related to the disruption of normal institutional operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Evangelical Seminary has chosen to reimburse students for any technology related expenses incurred from March 13, 2020 until the funds are exhausted. Please see the Emergency Relief Fund Application for additional requirements.
HEERF II and ARP
Requirements to apply for and receive an Emergency Financial Aid Grant and the amount of the grant was released to students in an email and can be found at this link [2nd grant to students email.docx]
CARES Act Institutional Reporting:
Over the course of nearly 70 years, Evangelical Seminary has served Christ and His church in preparing men and women for Christian vocations. Evangelical will continue to strive to “develop servant leaders for effective ministry in a broken and complex world” with John Wesley’s concern for “rigorous minds, passionate hearts, and Christ-centered actions” in partnership with others for the sake of the Gospel.