COVID-19 Resources for WSU Global Campus Students
Global Campus Emergency Funds
WSU Global Campus realizes that some of you may be struggling with financial issues right now related to the Coronavirus pandemic. A limited amount of emergency funds are available for enrolled WSU Global Campus students. If you have a need, please complete the online request form.
This money will be a grant that will not need to be repaid. Please provide documentation so that your financial aid package can be adjusted. You may make one request for emergency funding.
Crimson Community Grants
Crimson Community Grants support Washington State University students enduring a financial hardship by providing emergency grant aid between $200 and $1,000.
Eligibility is as follows:
- EFC at or below $10,000
- Washington State resident
- Undergraduate or Graduate student enrolled on any WSU campus
A limited amount of emergency funds are available for WSU students.This money will be a grant that will not need to be repaid. Please provide documentation so that your financial aid package can be adjusted. You may make one request for emergency funding.
Mental Health Resources
The WSU Global Campus student government has compiled a list of mental health resources.
Grocery Reimbursement Program
The WSU Global Campus student government has established a temporary emergency grocery reimbursement program that provides reimbursement for up to $50 for eligible food items. Additional reimbursements are also available.
Technology and WiFi Resources
WSU realizes that Global Campus students may have unmet technology requirements due to COVID-19.
Global Connections Programs
Check out the wide variety of Global Campus virtual programs including Cougs Chatting with Cougs, and Game Night (for some needed fun!) and more.