Experiencing an unexpected financial hardship? We can help.
You may be eligible to receive emergency financial assistance to help you stay at NWTC and reach your goals!
Get the Help You Need
Vehicle repairs, gas cards, bus passes, and child care are just some of the expenses that may be covered by the Student Emergency Fund (SEF).
If you have an urgent, temporary need that may prevent you from completing the current semester, let us know. We're ready to assist you.
In addition to providing emergency funding, we can connect you with other helpful College and community resources.
How to Apply for a Student Emergency Fund Grant
Meet with Michael Brown, NWTC financial coach, to discuss your financial situation and find out if the Student Emergency Fund is right for you.
To make an appointment with Michael, call (920) 498-6258 or stop by Room SC140 in the Student Center on the Green Bay campus.
About the Student Emergency Fund
The Student Emergency Fund is a short-term, emergency assistance program made possible through the generosity of NWTC employee giving, the NWTC Educational Foundation, and fundraisers across the College. The fund was established to assist students with immediate financial needs in order to help them stay in school. A substantial grant was contributed by Great Lakes to fund Dreamkeepers - a program of Scholarship America.
Contact Zianya Saldana, Student Emergency Fund project assistant, email@example.com or 920-498-6258.