Undergraduate Student Emergency Fund

ASULV, in collaboration with the University, has established an Undergraduate Student Emergency Fund. The fund is made possible by contributions of ASULV, which is supported by the Traditional Undergraduate Student Activity Fee.

The Undergraduate Student Emergency Fund assists University of La Verne traditional undergraduate students by providing limited emergency financial grants to currently enrolled, full-time traditional undergraduate students (i.e. in current semester) who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses due to unexpected emergencies related to COVID-19. All traditional undergraduate students enrolled at the University of La Verne, regardless of major or citizenship are eligible to apply via the Undergraduate Student Emergency Fund Request

Examples of approved expenses are as follows: expenses related to traveling home for an emergency; food insecurity; emergency housing or housing insecurity (including utility bills); access to emergency counseling/psychological services; medical expenses; and other unforeseen financial expenses. The Emergency Fund is not meant to be used/applied towards tuition or to replace wages. Students needing assistance with tuition or tuition payments are encouraged to contact Student Accounts or the Financial Aid Office.

The awards distributed will generally be up to $500. Students may be awarded the financial grant twice, waiting at least three weeks between applications.  For questions regarding the Undergraduate Student Emergency fund, please contact Adrianne Montero-Camacho, Case Manager, at acamacho@laverne.edu.