The federal relief package — the CARES Act — passed by Congress last month will send about $14-billion directly to colleges and universities. On Thursday, the Department of Education released details about how that money would be allocated. Search the table below to see how much each institution is allocated. The formula favors those that enroll more Pell Grant recipients.
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Where is the Higher Ed Relief Money Going?
The Department of Education announced on Thursday the allocations for roughly $12-billion going to specific colleges from the federal stimulus package passed in March. Explore the data.
Explore Where the Money for Higher Ed in the CARES Act Might Go
The American Council on Education conducted a simulation of the distribution of emergency funds for every institution of…
How Much Colleges Could Get from Higher Ed Relief Fund
Searchable database of the potential distribution of emergency funds from the $2-trillion relief package passed by Congress last week.