ALLIANCE, Ohio — In response to University of Mount Union students and their families suffering hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic, the University has launched the Mount Union COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund.
This Fund has been established under the umbrella of The Mount Union Fund, which supports students in a multitude of ways at the institution. The goal of the Student Emergency Fund is to aid the most vulnerable students with unexpected and urgent expenses related to COVID-19, with 100 percent of every dollar given aiding individual students with their most pressing needs.
“From travel and moving related expenses and potential unemployment to Wi-Fi access, food, rent and a host of other complications, many of our students are now facing a series of unexpected financial difficulties and are in need of support,” said Greg King, vice president for university advancement at Mount Union.
Read more about Mount Union’s response to COVID-19 by visiting mountunion.edu/covid-19.