Student Emergency Fund

Helping students overcome financial barriers that threaten to interrupt their studies. Support the fund

David's Story
Providing Students With Opportunity
"I cannot thank Central Scholarship enough for approving my request for emergency funding to help pay for my surgery. It gave me the opportunity to finally have my procedure performed, continue my education stress-free, and avoid jumping through hoops to balance finding a part-time job and being a full-time student in order to pay for a hefty medical expense."
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Wasilat's Story
Helping with the Unexpected
“The Emergency Fund helped me when I was faced with an unexpected dental bill. The Emergency Fund allowed me to focus on my studies and relieved my stress. Thank you so much to Central Scholarship sponsors, you really do impact lives."
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Lola's Story
Helping Students Achieve Goals
“This past summer the Central Scholarship Emergency Fund enabled me to pursue internship opportunities in both Maryland and New York. Because of the Emergency Fund I was able to fully take advantage of these opportunities and subsequently add experience to further my career and achieve my career goals.”
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Central Scholarship provided 23 students up to $1,000 per recipient through the Emergency Fund over the past year.

Help us continue to remove financial barriers.

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What is Emergency Student Funding?

Central Scholarship’s Emergency Funding program aims to help with financial barriers that could prevent students from completing their undergraduate, graduate, professional, or career training studies.

The program provides grants of up to $1,000 for Central Scholarship recipients who have encountered financial hardship due to an emergency, accident, or other unexpected incidents, and have exhausted all other resources.

This funding is not intended to replace or supplement existing financial aid and does not have to be repaid.

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