EmoryTogether Fund


The EmoryTogether Fund was created to help degree-seeking undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who have experienced financial hardships resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Our hope is that this assistance will help students remain focused on pursuing their educational goals. The fund is available to Emory University students who have critical COVID-19-related financial needs and who meet the eligibility requirements listed below. Awards are intended to assist with eligible expenses but typically will not cover 100 percent of students' needs. The vast majority of award allocations are between $50 and $500.

Eligibility

Enrolled, degree-seeking Emory students with demonstrated and verifiable evidence of financial hardship related to COVID-19 may apply to the EmoryTogether Fund. 

  • Includes full- or part-time students
  • Includes undergraduate, graduate, or professional students in any of Emory's nine schools
  • Includes students on any form of financial scholarship
  • Includes Emory employee family members receiving courtesy scholarships
  • Excludes nondegree students
  • Excludes Emory employees on courtesy scholarships (Note: Emory employees have access to other hardship funds for support.)

Key Dates 

Spring 2021 Semester

The deadline for applications for Spring 2021 Semster was April 2.  
New applications are currently not being accepted. 

Student Expenses Eligible for Support

  • Food
  • Rent or mortgage assistance
  • Medicine
  • Medical expenses related to COVID-19, including medication, co-pays, or care
  • Internet service

The Fund Does Not Cover

  • Expenses that cannot be directly attributed to conditions caused by COVID-19
  • Expenses for anyone other than the eligible student
  • Health insurance premiums
  • Scholarship or financial aid support; requests in these categories should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid
  • Reimbursement of moving expenses coordinated and paid for by students and families
  • Recreational activities
  • Utilities
  • Travel expenses

Important Considerations

  • Students may request funding only once per semester.
  • The vast majority of award allocations are between $50 and $500.
  • For the most expedient processing, students will need to provide banking information to Student Financial Services for payment processing via direct deposit; for check payments, students must provide a current mailing address.
  • Students must submit complete application details. Once the required information is  submitted, processing time can take seven to 14 days.
  • For other financial resources, visit Campus Life's Financial Resources for Students.