GSE Student Emergency Fund

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GSE students who encounter an emergency situation or unforeseen expenses receive support through this fund.

The Graduate School of Education Student Emergency Fund provides limited financial assistance to students facing emergencies during their time at UB.

Emergencies involve circumstances which are beyond the student’s control, including a death in the family, accident, loss of property, loss of income or unanticipated educational expenses. These funds offer temporary financial assistance for immediate and current emergency situations. 

The student emergency fund is designated to off-set short-term financial need and is not intended to replace or supplement financial aid or scholarships.

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  • 4/3/20

    Raven Baxter, a.k.a. “Raven the Science Maven,” is a 26-year-old UB GSE PhD science education student who took on the coronavirus and went viral herself. Her rap music video “Wipe it Down” about keeping clean and keeping safe went on YouTube last week, got her a story on local Spectrum News and CNN’s “must-watch” list.