School of Architecture and Planning Student Emergency Fund

Wooden structures created by freshman architecture students as part of a yearlong design-build studio are on display at Artpark in Lewiston.

Help students who are facing a critical financial emergency by supporting this fund.

Some of the School of Architecture and Planning’s most vulnerable students—including those who rely on the university for food, income or housing—may experience significant financial hardship when faced with an emergency. The School of Architecture and Planning’s Student Emergency Fund helps to ensure these basic needs are met, so these students can focus on their education.

The Student Emergency Fund supports students who demonstrate a financial need resulting from unforeseen circumstances. Funds are available to meet unexpected, short-term financial needs that result from circumstances beyond the control of our students; for example, funds may help students pay for food, housing, medicine, unexpected transportation needs, living expenses, educational expenses, technology needs and other emergency expenses.

Students in the School of Architecture and Planning are eligible to apply for one-time limited financial support. These funds are not intended to replace or supplement financial aid or scholarships.

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