Emergency Assistance for Students

Emergency assistance for food, shelter, transportation, medical and other needs is available to any student who has completed a FAFSA for this year through the 

CARES Act Emergency Relief Funds program.

the Heidelberg Student Emergency Support Fund also is available to any student with an expected family contribution of $7,000 or less.

Contact Paul Stark at for information about how to apply for either of these funds.

The Office of Civic Engagement also is working on starting a Campus Food Pantry. If you are interested in helping with this project, please contact Isabel Chasney, Food Pantry Coordinator, at

Tiffin Community Resources:

First Call for Help at 419-448-0355 in Tiffin, Ohio where you can share your need and discover resources to help.


Latest News & Announcements


Heidelberg is taking part in the President's All-In OAC Voting Challenge with a goal of increasin

Last chance to register for the Fifth Third Bank budgeting session on Tuesday, September 29 at 3:30 pm.

The Heidelberg COVID-19 dashboard is being updated regularly.

The Owen Center for Teaching and Learning
The next deadline for grants from the Pepsi Fund and the Martha and Ernest Hammel Student Research Fund to support student research and/or travel to professional conferences is October 1, 2020.
Keep the Castle Connected provides students a way to remain connected during quarantine. Student will have daily opportunities to connect with a Stoner Health and Counseling Center staff as well as other students. Students will be able to meet via Zoom and be presented with a brief Mindfulness activity and then engaged in a light hearted discussion/conversation. These sessions are not therapy sessions and are meant to allow students to remain connected to others on campus. Students will need to email