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Aid for Students

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As part of the most recent federal relief measure, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Appropriations Act has provided support to Pace students facing exceptional financial need.

The most recent federal relief measure, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, allocated money to support higher education, including some funds specifically designated for students facing exceptional financial need.

On February 17, Pace University contacted students who were determined to be eligible under the law to receive a portion of the relief money dedicated to student aid.

Pace is distributing this aid according to federal guidelines that mandate it be distributed only to students who are eligible for federal financial aid under Title IV and are facing exceptional financial need. Based on financial aid information, qualifying students will receive between $750 and $2,000. Please note that this distribution differs from the CARES Act student aid in the spring in two important ways: Unlike in the spring, not all students qualify for this round of funding, and the amount of assistance will vary based on student need.

If you have any questions about the aid, please see the related FAQ.

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