Hendricks Chapel is able to assist students experiencing financial hardship. Mini-grants are available to meet a wide range of needs and to provide access to opportunities. Categories of support include food, clothing, emergency travel, emergency health care, and other non-academic expenses. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For a complete listing of all virtual resources from the division of enrollment and student experience (including Office of Multicultural Affairs, Disability Cultural Center, Barnes Center at The Arch, etc.) please click here.
All payments have been stopped from March 13, 2020 to Sept. 30, 2020. Read more here.
Several private loan lenders are offering borrowers assistance or emergency forbearance. Borrowers must contact their private loan lenders to discuss their situation.
The New York State Department of Financial Services reached an agreement with multiple leading student loan servicers to help borrowers with private student loans who are facing financial hardship due to Coronavirus.
To get financial relief, student loan borrowers in New York should contact their student loan servicer to discuss options and request the following:
At least 90 days of forbearance relief for borrowers;
No late fees during this period;
No negative impact to your credit report;
No student loan debt collection lawsuits for 90 days; and
Helping eligible borrowers to enroll borrower assistance programs
If Card members have been impacted by the current pandemic they should reach out to the customer service numbers on the back of their credit cards and explain how they’ve been affected the coronavirus. Here are some examples of credit card companies offering support:
Apple Card holders can skip their next payment without paying interest.
US Bank is waiving many fees and working on its payment-skipping program.
National Grid and other utility companies such as Con Edison, Central Hudson, Orange and Rockland, New York State Electric and Gas, Rochester Electric and Gas, PSEG Long Island and National Fuel Gas, are suspending shut off during the pandemic.
Check to see if you qualify for HEAP, the government’s Home Energy Assistance Program.