If you have questions about the ARP or your appeal, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate your patience as we work quickly to provide you with ARP funding.
What if my family is experiencing reduced income due or income loss for the 2021-2022 academic year?
Complete the 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using 2019 income (as required). If you and/or your family has a special circumstance resulting from COVID-19, such as a loss in income, please email email@example.com or call 724-223-6019 for opportunities to review your aid.
ARP funds do not adversely affect NCAA eligibility.
No, students may want to retain documentation for tax purposes but will not be asked to submit receipts documenting their expenses to W&J.
Yes, you may provide the College your written consent to credit your ARP emergency grant directly to your student account. Complete this form no later than 5 PM EST on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, to provide consent to have your emergency grant credited to your student account balance.
Yes, you may provide the College your written consent to credit your ARP emergency grant directly to your student account. Complete this form no later than 5 PM EST on Tuesday, July 20, 2021, to provide consent to have your emergency grant credited to your student account balance.
No, the ARP Grant is not considered to be taxable income. Please note, these funds will be reported on your 2021 1098T.
What can I do if I have exceptional financial need beyond the initial amount of ARP Grant that W&J has provided me?
The college has established a process by which currently enrolled students who identify as having exceptional financial need can appeal for additional ARP funding. A limited amount of money has been set aside for successful appeals. To appeal for additional funds, please complete this application. The application will be available October 1 – October 15, 2021. Students will be notified of the outcome of this appeal 2 weeks after the deadline of October 15 via their W&J email address. These funds will be granted on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Students may use the emergency financial aid grant toward any component of their cost of attendance, such as tuition and fees, books, room and board, and transportation. In addition, funds may be used for emergency costs that may arise due to Coronavirus, including but not limited to:
- Healthcare (including Mental Health)
No, your ARP grant is specifically intended to help with expenses related to your cost of attendance or for emergency costs that arise due to Coronavirus. The funds will not have any impact on current financial aid or future financial aid.