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CARES Act- Emergency Financial Aid Grants

  STUDENT PORTION

 

Grant Reporting HEERF II and HEERF III for Quarter Ending March 31, 2022 Published Date: April 8, 2022

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF II and HEERF III) are authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA), Public Law 116-260, signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020 and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Public Law 117- 2, signed into law on March 11, 2021. In total, the CRRSAA authorizes $81.88 billion, and ARP authorizes $39.6 billion in support for education in addition to the $30.75 billion expeditiously provided last spring through the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public Law 116-136.

Rabbinical College of America has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and assures that the institution has used or intends to use the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA and ARP programs to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Unlike the CARES Act, the CRRSAA and ARP require that institutions prioritize students with exceptional need, such as students who receive Pell grants, in awarding financial aid grants to students. However, students do not need to be Pell recipients nor do they need to be eligible for Pell grants to be eligible to receive HEERF grants.

Rabbinical College of America has been allocated $173,628 under CRRSAA and $458,896 under ARP to be used as Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $0 from the Student Portion of ARP between January 1, 2022 and March 31, 2022.

 

Grant Reporting HEERF II and HEERF III for Quarter Ending December 31, 2021

January 6, 2022

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF II and HEERF III) are authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA), Public Law 116-260, signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020 and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Public Law 117- 2, signed into law on March 11, 2021. In total, the CRRSAA authorizes $81.88 billion, and ARP authorizes $39.6 billion in support for education in addition to the $30.75 billion expeditiously provided last spring through the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public Law 116-136.

Rabbinical College of America has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and assures that the institution has used or intends to use the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA and ARP programs to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Unlike the CARES Act, the CRRSAA and ARP require that institutions prioritize students with exceptional need, such as students who receive Pell grants, in awarding financial aid grants to students. However, students do not need to be Pell recipients nor do they need to be eligible for Pell grants to be eligible to receive HEERF grants.

Rabbinical College of America has been allocated $173,628 under CRRSAA and $458,896 under ARP to be used as Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $5,916 from the Student Portion of CRRSAA and $392,104 from the Student Portion of ARP as grants to 212 eligible students between October 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021.

The method used by Rabbinical College of America to prioritize students with exceptional need was based on the following criteria:

Pell Grant recipients were prioritized and were the first students to receive ARP Grants. Independent students were awarded grants in the amount of $3,500, and dependent students were given grants of $1,750. After Pell recipients were awarded, ARP Grants were awarded to non-Pell recipient on-campus students with the same criteria. Additionally, students that were enrolled in 2020-21 who did not receive a HEERF grant at that time, were given an additional grant of $1,190.

Students were instructed that their Emergency Financial Aid Grants are non-taxable and may be used for any component of their cost of attendance or for emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus, such as tuition, food, housing, health care (including mental health care) or child care.

Grant Reporting HEERF II and HEERF III for Quarter Ending September 30, 2021

October 6, 2021

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF II and HEERF III) are authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA), Public Law 116-260, signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020 and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Public Law 117- 2, signed into law on March 11, 2021. In total, the CRRSAA authorizes $81.88 billion, and ARP authorizes $39.6 billion in support for education in addition to the $30.75 billion expeditiously provided last spring through the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public Law 116-136.

Rabbinical College of America has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and assures that the institution has used or intends to use the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA and ARP programs to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Unlike the CARES Act, the CRRSAA and ARP require that institutions prioritize students with exceptional need, such as students who receive Pell grants, in awarding financial aid grants to students. However, students do not need to be Pell recipients nor do they need to be eligible for Pell grants to be eligible to receive HEERF grants.

Rabbinical College of America has been allocated $173,628 under CRRSAA and $458,896 under ARP to be used as Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $0 from the Student Portion of ARP between July 1, 2021 and September 30, 2021.

 

Grant Reporting HEERF II and HEERF III for Quarter Ending June 30, 2021

July 1, 2021

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF II and HEERF III) are authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA), Public Law 116-260, signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020 and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Public Law 117-2, signed into law on March 11, 2021. In total, the CRRSAA authorizes $81.88 billion, and ARP authorizes $39.6 billion in support for education in addition to the $30.75 billion expeditiously provided last spring through the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public Law 116-136.

Rabbinical College of America has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and assures that the institution has used or intends to use the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA and ARP programs to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Unlike the CARES Act, the CRRSAA and ARP require that institutions prioritize students with exceptional need, such as students who receive Pell grants, in awarding financial aid grants to students. However, students do not need to be Pell recipients nor do they need to be eligible for Pell grants to be eligible to receive HEERF grants.

Rabbinical College of America has been allocated $173,628 under CRRSAA and $458,896 under ARP to be used as Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $21,425 from the Student Portion of CRRSAA as grants to 21 eligible students between April 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021.

The method used by Rabbinical College of America to prioritize students with exceptional need was based on the following criteria:

Pell Grant recipients were prioritized and were the first students to receive CRRSAA Grants, in March 2021. After Pell recipients were awarded, CRRSAA Grants were awarded to non-Pell recipient students. Dependent students received grants in the amount of $875.  Independent students without dependents received grants in the amount of $1,200. Independent students with dependents received grants in the amount of $2,625

Students were instructed that their Emergency Financial Aid Grants are non-taxable and may be used for any component of their cost of attendance or for emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus, such as tuition, food, housing, health care (including mental health care) or child care.

CRRSAA Grant Reporting HEERF II  for Quarter Ending March 31, 2021

Published June 30, 2021

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF II and HEERF III) are authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA), Public Law 116-260, signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020 and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Public Law 117-2, signed into law on March 11, 2021. In total, the CRRSAA authorizes $81.88 billion, and ARP authorizes $39.6 billion in support for education in addition to the $30.75 billion expeditiously provided last spring through the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public Law 116-136.

Rabbinical College of America has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and assures that the institution has used or intends to use the applicable amount of funds designated under the CRRSAA and ARP programs to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Unlike the CARES Act, the CRRSAA and ARP require that institutions prioritize students with exceptional need, such as students who receive Pell grants, in awarding financial aid grants to students. However, students do not need to be Pell recipients nor do they need to be eligible for Pell grants to be eligible to receive HEERF grants.

Rabbinical College of America has been allocated $173,628 under CRRSAA to be used as Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $146,287 from the Student Portion of CRRSAA as well as the remaining $9,543 from the Student Portion of CARES as grants to 165 eligible students as of March 31, 2021.

The method used by Rabbinical College of America to prioritize students with exceptional need was based on the following criteria:

Pell Grant recipients were prioritized and were the first students to receive CRRSAA Grants. After Pell recipients were awarded, CRRSAA Grants were awarded to non-Pell recipient students. Dependent students received grants in the amount of $875.  Independent students without dependents received grants in the amount of $1,200. Independent students with dependents received grants in the amount of $2,625. Students who were not eligible for HEERF grants at the time of the CARES disbursements and did not receive CARES Grants, but were eligible at the time of the CRRSAA disbursements received additional grants.

Students were instructed that their Emergency Financial Aid Grants are non-taxable and may be used for any component of their cost of attendance or for emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus, such as tuition, food, housing, health care (including mental health care) or child care.

CARES Act Quarterly Report October-December 2020: Report Date: January 8, 2021

Rabbinical College of America has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and the assurance that the institution has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Rabbinical College of America will receive or has received a total of $173,628 from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $107,250 to 143 students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of October 25, 2020.

The estimated total number of students at the institution eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and thus eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act and who were enrolled for the Spring 2020 semester is 150.

The method used by Rabbinical College of America to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive is based on the expenses for food, course material, equipment needed to participate in the educational program due to the disruption of campus operations, travel home expenses and health care related expenses. $750 has been awarded to each student.

Students received the following instructions with their grants: “As per the CARES Act, these grants are to be used for expenses that are related to the disruption of campus operations due to COVID-19, including things like course materials and technology as well as food, housing, health care, and childcare.”

CARES Act Quarterly Report July - September 2020: posted October 1, 2020

Rabbinical College of America has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and the assurance that the institution has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Rabbinical College of America will receive or has received a total of $173,628 from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $102,000 to 136 students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of September 30,2020.

The estimated total number of students at the institution eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and thus eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students under

Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of September 30 is 136.

The method used by Rabbinical College of America to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive is based on the expenses for food, course material, equipment needed to participate in the educational program due to the disruption of campus operations, travel home expenses and health care related expenses. $750 has been awarded to each student.

Students received the following instructions with their grants: “As per the CARES Act, these grants are to be used for expenses that are related to the disruption of campus operations due to COVID-19, including things like course materials and technology as well as food, housing, health care, and childcare.

CARES Act Grant Reporting August 1, 2020

Rabbinical College of America has disbursed $102,000 to 136 students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of 7/15/2020. 

CARES Act Grant Reporting Initial Report 

CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Rabbinical College of America will receive or has received a total of $173,628 from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

CARES Act as of June 4, 2020.

CARES Act as of June 8, 2020 is 157.

The method used by Rabbinical College of America to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive is based on the total allocation and the number of Title IV eligible students as well as on a budget for expenses for food, course material, equipment needed to participate in the educational program due to the disruption of campus operations, travel home expenses and health care related expenses. $750  has been awarded to each student.

Students received the following instructions with their grants: “As per the ">CARES Act, these grants are to be used for expenses that are related to the disruption of campus operations due to COVID-19, including things like course materials and technology as well as food, housing, health care, and childcare.

 

  INSTITUTIONAL PORTION 

Initial Reporting

Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act, also known as the funds for “Recipient’s Institutional Costs.” awards funds to institutions  to cover any costs associated with significant changes to the delivery of instruction due to COVID-19.

Rabbinical College of America, located at  226 Sussex Avenue, Morristown, NJ  07960, received $173,628 for the institutional portion of the CARES Act Section 18004(a)(1).

CFDA: 84.425F 

Congressional District: 11

EIN: 226017975

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