Checks worth $3,000 to go to the bank in the days before Christmas – Community News

STIMULUS checks worth up to $3,000 have been mailed to thousands of students across the US – just weeks before Christmas.

As part of President Joe Biden’s US relief plan, nearly $40 billion in pandemic aid has been distributed to students and institutions under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.

The payments are intended to cover college students' expenses, if they meet specific requirements

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The payments are intended to cover college students’ expenses, if they meet specific requirementsCredit: Getty

Incentive checks were sent to the students to cover their expenses.

George Washington University received $9.1 million in the first installment last May, and about $14 million in the second and third installments.

Students who entered the university on or after March 13, 2020 are eligible for funding.

Nearly 10,000 applicants have received the payments, The Hatchet reported.

Lexi Plaisted, a freshman, received about $800 and says she was “surprised” by the scholarship.

“Honestly, I don’t think I’m going to get anything because I’m sure other people are affected more than I am, but I thought it was worth a shot, so I moved on,” she said.

Meanwhile, Kyle Anderson, a political science student, said he received about $2,500 in HEERF grants last month.

He works two jobs to cover his college tuition and uses incentive checks to fund his underage photography.

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Nearly 1,000 students at Meharry Medical College received $10,000 in scholarships.

And Bushnell University spent a total of $642,674 on 206 students.

Penn State awarded more than 31,000 student grants worth up to $1,800 in the first installment. That ended on November 15.

Students with “Special Financial Need” can also apply for grants worth up to $1,000.

The scholarship is open to those who do not meet the requirements in the first round.

Additionally, Florida State University sent a total of $17.7 million in scholarships to 16,000 students last month.

RECEIVE MONEY

Eligible Duke University students will receive a scholarship of $1,750 or $3,000, according to a statement on their website.

These funds are intended to help students cover the costs of education, food, housing, healthcare, or childcare.

Officials have confirmed that the payments will be sent from December.

Students from the City University of New York (CUNY) who meet certain requirements will also receive a scholarship in December.

The city’s university system says students will be notified in mid to late November if they are selected for a scholarship. Students receive the ‘minimum basic grant amount’.

“This base amount varies by university and is increased based on need using FAFSA’s reported household and dependent contribution calculation,” CUNY officials said. students and their admission status in the fall of 2021.”

The University of Rhode Island has received more than $15.5 million in funds from the American Rescue Act.

The university said it plans to stop “block funding” by the end of November. Grants can range from $1,500 to $2,500, depending on the “expected family contribution.” and the number of credits received.

Families may also get a cash boost in the coming weeks.

The final advance of the child tax deduction will be sent on December 15.

Families with children under six can receive up to $300 per child, while the amount is $250 for those with dependents between the ages of six and 17.

Taxpayers can claim up to $1,800 per child on their tax return next year.

The payments are part of President Joe Biden's US relief plan

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The payments are part of President Joe Biden’s US relief planCredit: Getty

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