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.
Those interested in giving to support Mount Union students can visit the Student Emergency Fund page.
Read more about Mount Union’s response to COVID-19 by visiting mountunion.edu/covid-19.