Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) under section 314(a)(2) of the CRRSA Act (CRRSAA) Reporting and Disclosure

Kent State University (KSU) acknowledges that on February 2, 2021, the institution signed and returned to the U.S. Department of Education the Certification and Agreement form.  KSU has used, or intends to use, at least 50% of the funds received under section 314(a)(2) of the CRRSA Act (CRRSAA) to provide HEER II funded CRRSAA-KSU Grants to students.  

HEERF II CRRSAA - Ashtabula Campus March 31, 2021 Report and Disclosure

Coronavirus Reponse and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) Report and Disclosure – Ashtabula Campus

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) Reporting
Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students
Kent State University
March 31, 2021

Kent State University (KSU) acknowledges that on February 2, 2021, the institution signed and returned to the U.S. Department of Education the Certification and Agreement form. KSU has used, or intends to use, at least 50% of the funds received under section 314(a)(2) of the CRRSA Act (CRRSAA) to provide HEER II funded KSU CRRSAA-KSU Grants to students.

  • The total amount of HEER II funding that KSU received to distribute to Ashtabula Campus students is $45,111.
  • The total amount of HEER II funded CRRSAA-KSU Grant Ashtabula that have been distributed to KSU students as of March 18,2021 is $45,111.
  • The estimated total number of KSU students at the institution eligible to receive a CRRSAA - KSU Grant Ashtabula funded grant is 904.
  • The total number of students who have received a CRRSAA - KSU Grant Ashtabula is 31.

Kent State University is using one student application to be considered for the Federal HEER I and Federal HEER II funding or for KSU Foundation funding (Pay it Flash Forward Grant).

To be eligible for a HEER II funded CRRSAA - KSU Grant Ashtabula a student must:

  1. Complete the KSU Emergency Grant Application, available at: https://www.kent.edu/studentaffairs/dean/covid-19-emergency-resources
  2. Begin enrollment in the current term at KSU and prior to submitting the application
  3. Be enrolled at the Ashtabula Campus
  4. Complete a FAFSA for any aid year
  5. Be a U.S. Citizen or an eligible non-citizen (as defined by the FAFSA)

CRRSAA - KSU Grant Ashtabula Award Determination

The maximum HEER II funded CRRSAA - KSU Grant Ashtabula award made to a student is based on the requested amount and the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the current aid year FAFSA (if available).  

Maximum awards are:

20-21 EFC Range

Award Amount

0-9999 Up to $3,000
10,000 or above Up to $1,500
No FAFSA Up to $1,500

How Students are Notified:

At the time a KSU Emergency Grant Application is received and again when a decision is reached, students are notified with an email to their kent.edu account and their FlashLine Account is updated to reflect the application status. 

The KSU Emergency Grant Application is available at:  https://www.kent.edu/studentaffairs/dean/covid-19-emergency-resources

Students are directed to the Kent State FlashLine student portal to complete the application.   The application is only available to students enrolled in the current term. 

HEERF II CRRSAA - East Liverpool Campus March 31, 2021 Report and Disclosure

Coronavirus Reponse and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) Report and Disclosure – East Liverpool Campus

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) Reporting
Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students
Kent State University
March 31, 2021

Kent State University (KSU) acknowledges that on February 2, 2021, the institution signed and returned to the U.S. Department of Education the Certification and Agreement form. KSU has used, or intends to use, at least 50% of the funds received under section 314(a)(2) of the CRRSA Act (CRRSAA) to provide HEER II funded KSU CRRSAA-KSU Grants to students.

  • The total amount of HEER II funding that KSU received to distribute to East Liverpool Campus students is $15,342.
  • The total amount of HEER II funded CRRSAA-KSU Grant East Liverpool that have been distributed to KSU students as of March 18,2021 is $15,342.
  • The estimated total number of KSU students at the institution eligible to receive a CRRSAA - KSU Grant East Liverpool funded grant is 375.
  • The total number of students who have received a CRRSAA - KSU Grant East Liverpool is 9.

Kent State University is using one student application to be considered for the Federal HEER I and Federal HEER II funding or for KSU Foundation funding (Pay it Flash Forward Grant).

To be eligible for a HEER II funded CRRSAA - KSU Grant East Liverpool a student must:

  1. Complete the KSU Emergency Grant Application, available at: https://www.kent.edu/studentaffairs/dean/covid-19-emergency-resources
  2. Begin enrollment in the current term at KSU and prior to submitting the application
  3. Be enrolled at the East Liverpool Campus
  4. Complete a FAFSA for any aid year
  5. Be a U.S. Citizen or an eligible non-citizen (as defined by the FAFSA)

CRRSAA - KSU Grant East Liverpool Award Determination

The maximum HEER II funded CRRSAA - KSU Grant East Liverpool award made to a student is based on the requested amount and the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the current aid year FAFSA (if available).  

Maximum awards are:

20-21 EFC Range

Award Amount

0-9999 Up to $3,000
10,000 or above Up to $1,500
No FAFSA Up to $1,500

How Students are Notified:

At the time a KSU Emergency Grant Application is received and again when a decision is reached, students are notified with an email to their kent.edu account and their FlashLine Account is updated to reflect the application status. 

The KSU Emergency Grant Application is available at:  https://www.kent.edu/studentaffairs/dean/covid-19-emergency-resources

Students are directed to the Kent State FlashLine student portal to complete the application.   The application is only available to students enrolled in the current term. 

HEERF II CRRSAA - Trumbull Campus March 31, 2021 Report and Disclosure

Coronavirus Reponse and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) Report and Disclosure – Trumbull Campus

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) Reporting
Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students
Kent State University
March 31, 2021

Kent State University (KSU) acknowledges that on February 2, 2021, the institution signed and returned to the U.S. Department of Education the Certification and Agreement form. KSU has used, or intends to use, at least 50% of the funds received under section 314(a)(2) of the CRRSA Act (CRRSAA) to provide HEER II funded KSU CRRSAA-KSU Grants to students.

  • The total amount of HEER II funding that KSU received to distribute to Trumbull Campus students is $52,862.
  • The total amount of HEER II funded CRRSAA-KSU Grant Trumbull that have been distributed to KSU students as of March 25, 2021 is $52,100.
  • The estimated total number of KSU students at the institution eligible to receive a CRRSAA - KSU Grant Trumbull funded grant is 1,041.
  • The total number of students who have received a CRRSAA - KSU Grant Trumbull is 35.

Kent State University is using one student application to be considered for the Federal HEER I and Federal HEER II funding or for KSU Foundation funding (Pay it Flash Forward Grant).

To be eligible for a HEER II funded CRRSAA - KSU Grant Trumbull a student must:

  1. Complete the KSU Emergency Grant Application, available at: https://www.kent.edu/studentaffairs/dean/covid-19-emergency-resources
  2. Begin enrollment in the current term at KSU and prior to submitting the application
  3. Be enrolled at the Trumbull Campus
  4. Complete a FAFSA for any aid year
  5. Be a U.S. Citizen or an eligible non-citizen (as defined by the FAFSA)

CRRSAA - KSU Grant Trumbull Award Determination

The maximum HEER II funded CRRSAA - KSU Grant Trumbull award made to a student is based on the requested amount and the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the current aid year FAFSA (if available).  

Maximum awards are:

20-21 EFC Range

Award Amount

0-9999 Up to $3,000
10,000 or above Up to $1,500
No FAFSA Up to $1,500

How Students are Notified:

At the time a KSU Emergency Grant Application is received and again when a decision is reached, students are notified with an email to their kent.edu account and their FlashLine Account is updated to reflect the application status. 

The KSU Emergency Grant Application is available at:  https://www.kent.edu/studentaffairs/dean/covid-19-emergency-resources

Students are directed to the Kent State FlashLine student portal to complete the application.   The application is only available to students enrolled in the current term.