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. The law split the money based on how many students a college has, favoring those that enroll more Pell Grant recipients. Half of each institution’s money is earmarked for emergency financial aid grants for students. You can also search this table to see how much every institution is getting.
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See how much each institution is being allocated from the federal relief fund.
The American Council on Education conducted a simulation of the distribution of emergency funds for every institution of…
Searchable database of the potential distribution of emergency funds from the $2-trillion relief package passed by Congress last week.