Heidelberg supports students with HEERF funds

Heidelberg University has been granted funding from the U.S. Department of Education under the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF). These funds are designated to assist students who have experienced financial hardship brought on by the COVID-19 health crisis. The university is currently in the process of dispersing the funds to students. Any Heidelberg student who filed the 2019-20 FAFSA is eligible to apply for grant money to assist with incurred expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic including:

  • Rent and Housing
  • Food
  • Technology needs (computer, internet access, etc.)
  • Course materials
  • Medical expenses
  •  Other expenses

Currently, 188 students have applied for and received funding to help them and their families. 

Per U.S. Department of Education regulations, we’ve posted information concerning Heidelberg's participation in the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.

 

Latest News & Announcements

Announcements

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 counseling@heidelberg.edu

Come get to know the 10 different Greek groups on campus!

Heidelberg is now partnering with Handshake to help students discover new career paths and find on and off campus jobs and internships. Allyson George will be managing the on-campus employment opportunities, while Mark McKee and Beth Koop will manage the off-campus employment opportunities.
Please take a moment and read the information below to successfully submit a work request for maintenance and custodial needs. Our dedicated staff will respond as soon as possible to address any repairs or custodial concerns. Please be patient as we receive many work orders and prioritize them according to urgency.