Act Student Emergency Fund Application
Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided funds to the
University to directly support students whose lives and educations have
been disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak. These funds are designed
to prioritize students with the greatest need and ensure that funds are
distributed as widely as possible. We recognize the COVID-19 pandemic has
caused considerable disruptions and presents unparalleled challenges for many
students and their families, and we are committed to delivering these funds as
quickly as possible.
You must be an
enrolled, degree-seeking (graduate or undergraduate) student at CU Denver
You are not eligible
if you were enrolled in an online only program for spring 2020.
You must be
eligible for Title IV aid. This means that you must have completed
a 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and
meet all of the eligibility requirements. It is
not too late to submit a FAFSA.
If you have had unexpected costs related to
the disruption in campus operations due to the coronavirus, please
complete the CARES Act Student Emergency
Fund application (www.ucdenver.edu/emergencyaid) as soon as
possible as funding is limited.
If you have not
signed up for direct deposit, you are strongly encouraged to do so
by following the directions provided here.
If you have already
setup direct deposit, confirm that the information is current and
Remote Student Services
As the university transitions to remote teaching and learning
for the remainder of the spring semester, our Registrar, Financial Aid
& Scholarships, and Lynx Center staff will also be working remotely.
And, we want to assure you that we will continue to be available to
answer your questions and provide assistance.
Beginning Monday, March 16, we resumed
our regular business hours. So, feel free to contact us by email Monday
through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.