Student Emergency Grant Fund

The Student Emergency Grant (SEG) Fund was created to assist Calhoun Community College students by providing quick-response emergency grants to matriculated students in good academic standing who are facing a short-term financial emergency. The goal of the SEG Fund is to help students remain in school.

Donate to the SEG Fund

Click the link below to donate, and be sure to designate that you donation is for the Student Emergency Grant Fund


Student Emergency Grant Fund Guidelines

Emergencies that qualify for a SEG Grant include:

  • Homelessness or sudden loss of housing
  • Fire in living quarters
  • Travel expenses due to illness/death in immediate family
  • Overdue utility bills/turn-off notice
  • Theft of computer, books, clothing or other essential belongings
  • Medical/Dental emergencies
  • Food or transportation needs
  • Temporary loss of job or income
  • Transportation card
  • Loss of childcare
  • Victims of Domestic Violence
  • Other (you may give an explanation of your emergency in personal statement)

If approved, funds will be distributed to the business where the bill is due and not directly to the student

Student Emergency Grant Fund aid will NOT be awarded:

  • To cover previous college debts
  • To pay for full or partial tuition or college fees
  • To pay for legal representation in a criminal proceeding

Eligibility Requirements

The applicant must:

  • Be a matriculated student in good academic standing
  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Complete and submit the Student Emergency Grant Application
  • Submit documentation to support his/her emergency
  • Minimum of six (6) credit hours

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