Updated Federal COVID-19 Guidance for Community Colleges
Using HEERF (a)(2) Grant Funds for Construction, Renovation, and Real Property Projects FAQ (May 23, 2022)
Using HEERF Institutional Portion Grant Funds to Meet the Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Needs of Students FAQ (May 19, 2022)
Grant Application Opportunity: Supplemental Support Under the American Rescue Plan (application closes April 4, 2022)
ARP Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF III) (Last updated February 2022) - Comprehensive resource page for the HEERF III grant funding established by ARP.
CDC Guidance for Institutions of Higher Education (Updated February 7, 2022)
HEERF Institutional Grant Funds to Meet the Basic Needs of Students FAQ (January 20, 2022)
State and Congressional District Allocation Totals for ARP (October 13, 2021)
ARP HEERF III Guidance (Updated September 30, 2021)
COVID-19 Vaccine Incentive FAQs (July 2021)
Department of Education’s Covid-19 Handbook for Institutions of Higher Education. (June 2021)
ARP HEERF III Institutional Allocations (Published May 11, 2021)
Congressional Research Services Estimated FY2021 Grants to States and Institutions of Higher Education Under the Education Stabilization Fund Based on the American Rescue Plan Act
American Rescue Plan Act Fact Sheet by ACCT (March 2021)
Notice of Interpretation Regarding Period of Allowable Expenses for Funds Administered Under the Higher Education Emergency Relief (HEERF) Program (03/22/2021) – Updated interpretation from the Department of Education on period of time HEERF funds can be used to cover expenses.
HEERF II Public and Private Nonprofit Institution Programs Frequently Asked Questions (updated March 19, 2021)
HEERF II: Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) – Page specifically designed to informed institutions who are eligible to receive SIP funding from CRRSAA
CRRSAA Fact Sheet. (January 2021) PDF
CRRSAA Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II) (Last updated 03/22/2021) – Comprehensive resource page for the HEERF II grant funding established by CRRSAA.
CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) (Last updated 01/29/2021) – Comprehensive resource page for the first HEERF grant funding established by the CARES Act.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTIONS REGARDING THE COVID-19 NATIONAL EMERGENCY
In response to inquiries received by the Department, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issues the following technical assistance document to assist postsecondary institutions with meeting their obligations under Federal civil rights laws during this difficult and unprecedented time. OCR will continue to update this document as needed throughout the crisis. Updated: May 13, 2020 Read
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: CARES ACT HIGHER EDUCATION EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND
The CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund-IHE/Student Aid provides funding to institutions to provide emergency financial aid grants to students whose lives have been disrupted, many of whom are facing financial challenges and struggling to make ends meet. Students cannot apply for assistance directly from the U.S. Department of Education but should contact their institutions for further information and guidance. Institutions have the responsibility of determining how grants will be distributed to students, how the amount of each student grant is calculated, and the development of any instructions or directions that are provided to students about the grant. uPDATED: May13, 2020 Read
FEDERAL GUIDANCE FOR INTERRUPTIONS OF STUDY RELATED TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
This letter to state career and technical education directors from Assistant Secretary Scott Stump answers the most critical questions that center around the
forthcoming state and local application submission and approval flexibilities. Updated: March 31, 2020 Read
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION GUIDANCE FOR STATE LEADERS
This document is a summary of guidance provided by the Department of Education’s Office of Postsecondary Education for Institutions of Higher Education. Updated: April 3, 2020 Read
HOUSE BILL: H.R. 6201, FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT: Emergency Paid Sick Leave
What the Bill Does: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act expands access to emergency paid sick leave to as many as 87 million U.S. workers. Many of these workers currently have no paid leave and are being forced to choose between their paycheck, their health, and the health of the people around them. This is a critical step toward protecting families’ financial security and mitigating the spread of the coronavirus.Read more.
HOUSE BILL: H.R. 6201, FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT: Title-By-Title Summary
The legislation guarantees free coronavirus testing, establishes paid leave, enhances Unemployment Insurance, expands food security initiatives, and increases federal Medicaid funding. Read more.
U.S. CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION: Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Institutions of Higher Education
Plan, Prepare, and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Read more.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel
Health officials are currently taking steps to prevent the introduction and spread of COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") into communities across the United States. Coronavirus.gov offers the most up to date information about this rapidly evolving situation.
Through collaboration and coordination with State and local health departments, State and local educational agencies, other education officials, and elected officials, schools can disseminate critical information about the disease and its potential transmission to students, families, staff, and community. Read more.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: Office of Postsecondary Education COVID-19FAQs (updated March 20)
Frequently asked questions relating to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Read.
STUDENT AID: Frequently Asked Questions About Coronavirus
Federal Student Aid is actively monitoring the new coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak. Read more.