Date : 23 August 2021
Location : United States

The CARES act has made the second round of debt relief possible for the students at Delaware State University. More than 1,110 students will be able to enjoy this advantage. The debt relief was announced by the university this week. There was a press release by the end of the university. It announced that the $2.9 million of the fund will be provided to help the students recover from the financial stress that the pandemic has brought upon them. The fund will cover their housing and tuition expenses.

The press release said that the “students with the Pell Grant eligibility will be receiving $2,500 and the students who are not Pell Grant eligible will receive $1,000. The Pell Grants are awarded to the students who have the “exceptional financial requirement” And nearly half of the university students do meet the Pell Grant exceptional criteria.”

The president of the Delaware State University Tony Allen said that “we have managed to meet the requirements of the students. This is because we have been receiving strong support from the partners of the university and through the alumni support along with the university’s congressional delegation advocacy.”

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