University of Utah Emergency Funds Application
The Student Emergency fund application at the University of Utah is to help students apply for financial assistance to minimize an unforeseen financial barrier that arise in emergency situations. Funding is limited and amounts will vary as it depends on students individuals financial need and cost of attendance. Availability is subject to other federal, state and institutional aid awarded. Generally, applicants should accept all other sources of funding, including their federal aid before applying. Students must be enrolled the semester they are applying and may only apply for emergency funding once a semester.
The University of Utah is committed to fostering a positive and welcoming learning, working, and living environment. Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Retaliation are prohibited by University Policy. Faculty and staff, including the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid have a responsibility to inform the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (OEO/AA) when made aware of incidents of sexual misconduct, discrimination, and related retaliation, to ensure that individuals impacted receive information about options for reporting and supportive resources. Incidents may come to the attention of faculty and staff in any way, including through face-to-face conversations, admissions or scholarship applications or essays, a written class assignment or paper, class discussion, email, text, or social media post. This obligation applies regardless of where or when an incident occurred, including if it occurred off campus and/or before they were a member of the campus community. Additional information can be found on the OEO website or you may contact email@example.com or 801-581-8365. If you wish to seek support confidentially, please contact the Victim-Survivor Advocates 801.581.7776 or firstname.lastname@example.org