Because dorm students were required to vacate the dorm due to the COVID-19 closure, those students will receive a pro-rated refund based on the number of weeks that remained in the semester. Sixty students were issued refunds totaling $40,827.
Students with board tickets will receive a pro-rated refund based on the number of weeks that remained in the semester after the COVID-19 closure. Sixty students were issued refunds totaling $22,920.
The remainder of the CARES student emergency aid was disbursed to eligible students as Technology grants. The total number of students was 979, and they were issued $567.78 each for a total of $555,852.00.
979 students (44% of spring semester enrollment)
No, there are no limitations.
A check will be mailed to the student address on file as of May 19, 2020.
- Students with any of the following are not eligible to receive CARES funds:
- Students enrolled exclusively in online courses.
- Students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents (green card holders).
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students.
- Dual enrollment high school students.
- Students who do not have a valid high school diploma or equivalent.
- Incarcerated students.
- Students enrolled exclusively in Spring Mini I term.
- Students who withdrew from all classes prior to March 16, 2020.
- Students who meet all of the following criteria as defined by the U.S. Department of Education guidelines:
- Students enrolled in the Spring Semester at Snead State Community College. (Exception: students registered for the Mini I term only are not eligible.)
- Students working towards a degree or certificate program at Snead State Community College.
- Students enrolled in at least one traditional on campus course at Snead State Community College.
- Students with a valid 2019-2020 FAFSA on file or students eligible to apply for a FAFSA.
- Students who have satisfactory academic progress (SAP) status.
- Students who are required to and are registered with Selective Services.