The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) is a grant for students who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding for eligible students will assist with education-related expenses, housing, food, technology, child care, and health care needs (including mental health care). Take a few moments to review the information below to learn how to apply for the SRJC Student Emergency Grant.
Which Student Emergency Grant Application do you qualify for?
FAFSA or CADAA Filers
If you meet all of these requirements:
- Currently enrolled in SRJC credit courses or eligible non-credit (ESL/GED prep) courses
- Have US Social Security number or Dream Act ID
- Complete the FAFSA or CADAA
How do I apply?
To be considered, please fill out the SRJC COVID-19 Student Emergency CARE Grant application through your StudentForms portal. Follow the steps below to fill out your SRJC Emergency Grant Application.
StudentForms is a confidential and secure student portal that allows students (and parents!) to submit required financial aid documents using your smartphone, computer, or tablet.
- Log in to your StudentForms portal
- In the upper right-hand corner of the screen, you will find the REQUEST button
- Select the "Emergency Fund Application"
- Fill out the application and submit
Once applications are reviewed and an eligibility determination is made, you will receive an email. Please allow 2-4 weeks for your application to be processed.
Cannot Submit FAFSA or CADAA
If you meet at least one of the following requirements:
Do not have a US Social Security number or Dream Act ID
Cannot submit the FAFSA or CADAA
You are attending SRJC on a F1 Visa
How do I apply?
To be considered, please fill out the SRJC Crisis Response Fund Application. Once applications are reviewed and an eligibility determination is made, you will receive an email. Please allow 2-4 weeks for your application to be processed.
Section 18004(e) of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) directs institutions to report to the Secretary the use of funds distributed from the Higher Education Relief Fund ("HEERF"). To review how Santa Rosa Junior College is distributing HEERF funding to students please visit our SRJC CARES HEERF Reporting Requirements page.