TMU COVID-19 Relief
Financial support for new and continuing students
For all Fall 2020 traditional undergraduate students:
Student’s pursuing an on-campus major who feel uncomfortable coming back to TMU have the option to take their classes asynchronously Fall 2020. Students will not have their aid removed and they will also be given a 10% discount on their fall bill. The discount is added in your favor prior to any payments or loans. The maximum amount of institutional aid & state aid cannot exceed your tuition cost under this program. Students in this option will not have to pay for housing, food, student services fee, or the orientation fee. They will still be required to pay the technology fee. If you are taking classes on campus but decide to reside in off-campus housing your need-based aid may be affected. Please contact financial aid for details. Students receiving the Steadfast Scholarship, please contact the Office of Financial Aid. Your aid may be affected.
For new and continuing students:
For families whose jobs have been impacted, or have lost a significant amount of income due to COVID-19, TMU may help though the “Loss Of Job” application. We request several documents to be submitted and work with you and the federal government to assist with additional resources. We have the ability to notify the Department of Education of any loss of job and in return potentially help you receive additional federal, institutional funds, or both.
- • Amount varies. Maximum amount: $6,195.
- • Required documents: Loss of Job - Financial Aid Analysis Application
For continuing students:
Funding is awarded to students in the form of a check to help assist with personal expenditures that you have occurred as a result of COVID-19. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress with overwhelming, bipartisan support and signed into law by President Trump on March 27, 2020. The economic package over $2 trillion delivers on the Trump Administration’s commitment to protect the American people from the public health and economic impacts of COVID-19. The CARES Act provides fast and direct economic assistance for American workers, families, and small businesses, and preserve jobs for our American industries.
- • Required documents: COVID19 CARES ACT RELIEF FUND
- • Eligibility and details included in the link.
- • Read the required COVID-19 Student Financial Support disclaimer and government information here.
TMU Financial Aid Contact Info:
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 1-800-568-6248 or 661-362-2290