Student Emergency Funds
The Student Emergency Fund (SEF) provides limited emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled Xavier University students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an unexpected situation. The fund is designated to offset a short-term financial need and is not intended to replace or supplement financial aid. Funds are awarded as a grant, and unlike a loan, do not need to be repaid. Funds may count as income and may be subject to federal and/or state taxes.
To request Student Emergency Funds, fill out this application form and submit it to the Division of Student Affairs in GSC 300.
Xavier Emergency Grants (DASH)
If you have been saddled with an emergency that has impacted your judgment to attend or miss a class, or the emergency cause you to drop out of school for a semester or year, you might be able to apply for an emergency grant. The Xavier Emergency Grant is one more way the University lives the Jesuit value of Cura Personalis and the Musketeer motto, “All For One.”
Types of emergencies that can be funded through the Xavier Emergency Grant include:
- Medical/dental expenses
- Transportation needs
- Child care
The Xavier Emergency Grant is managed by the Division of Student Enrollment. For more information, click here, or visit the Student Success Center in the Conaton Learning Commons, fifth floor.
The Friedlander Family Fund was created to reduce financial barriers for student, allowing them to be involved in collegiate engagement opportunities. Examples of involvement opportunities supported by this fund include, but are not limited to, retreats, campus programs, events, or conferences with participation costs/fees.
To apply, click here. Submissions are reviewed on a weekly basis by our Leadership Team.