Franklin College assures that no less than $1,375,404 of these funds will be used to provide Emergency Relief Grants to eligible students who have been adversely impacted by the pandemic resulting in the need for assistance to cover Cost of Attendance (COA) related expenses such as tuition/fees, food, housing, health care (including mental health care), and/or child care. The college has identified roughly 900 students who may qualify for assistance. Per the ARP Act statute, distributions will be prioritized by demonstrated financial need.
The HEERF Emergency Relief Grant Application is now available. Students will need to select from two different distribution options: direct payment (check) or student account payment (distribution applied to the student account with the office of business). Please allow 2-3 business days for the application to be reviewed and processed. Distributions will be processed on a weekly basis and may take 7-10 business days to complete.
Please direct all questions to the office of financial aid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Calendar Month||Total Number of|
|Total Amount of
|As of May 31, 2021||1||$400|
|As of June 30, 2021||247||$368,300|
|As of July 31, 2021||250||$381,300|
|As of August 31, 2021||250||$381,300|
|As of September 30, 2021||250||$381,300|
|As of October 31, 2021||774||$861,800|
|As of November 30, 2021||855||$870,350|
|As of December 31, 2021||886||$907,312|
|As of January 31, 2022||886||$907,312|
|As of February 28, 2022||923||$1,175,062|
|As of March 29, 2022||994||$1,375,404|
|Expected Family Contribution (EFC)||Amount Allocated|
|0-5846 (i.e. Pell Grant eligible)||$1,000|
|Greater than 20,000||$250-$300|