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COVID-19 Relief Funds

Higher Education Emergency Relief (HEER) Funds 

Middle Georgia State University (MGA) has been awarded $2,994,084 in federal student aid funds from The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA). These funds allow MGA to provide financial aid grants for qualified students to cover cost of attendance or emergency costs that may arise due to the coronavirus. Similar to the previous federal funding in 2020 (CARES Act/HEER Fund I), there are guidelines that MGA must follow in all phases of the HEER Fund II allocation plan, and eligibility is defined as follows:

  1. Grant funds are not available to international, undocumented, dual enrolled, transient or non-degree seeking students;
  2. Students must be enrolled at the time of the grant disbursement;
  3. Fully online students who meet the above criteria are eligible.

The University has developed a detailed allocation plan that will distribute the funds as widely and quickly as possible for all three semesters in 2021. The plan prioritizes eligible students with the most demonstrated need. Approximately 75% of the funds should be distributed by June 30. The remaining amount will be distributed no later than September 30, 2021. 

All grants will be disbursed through MGA’s BankMobile disbursement systemPlease verify your distribution method in BankMobileFor questions about the BankMobile system, please contact ).