Over $800,000 In Relief Funding To Be Distributed To Impacted Fall 2021 StudentsPosted August 16, 2021 at 8:31 am
Penn Highlands Community College will award roughly $832,000 in economic relief directly to students impacted by the pandemic this Fall 2021 semester as a result of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
All enrolled for-credit students are eligible for COVID-19 relief payments. No Federal Application for Free Student Aid (FAFSA) is required to receive the relief funds; however, students that show exceptional need based upon their FAFSA status will be prioritized.
In addition to COVID-19 relief funds, Penn Highlands also offers over 20 scholarships for each academic year, as well as payment plans designed to assist a student’s individual needs.
This fall semester, courses are available in-person, online, or through a hybrid (in-person and online) model, allowing students to obtain their education at their chosen comfort level. Penn Highlands offers multiple degree and certificate programs at six locations across the region and online.
Our fall semester starts on Monday, August 23rd. There is still time to enroll. Click here to apply.