Eagle Relief Fund Program Update:
In anticipation of the Federal student relief funding coming for TCC students, the Eagle Relief Fund will suspend application acceptance. While the timeline is unclear at this time, Eagle Relief Fund will re-open as appropriate.
About the Eagle Relief Fund:
The Eagle Relief Fund is a monetary aid that students experiencing an unexpected financial hardship such as fire, hurricane damage, flood, or other unexpected disasters may apply for.
This request will be reviewed by a committee who examines need and availability of funds. This fund can only be awarded once a year per person to a maximum of $250.
The application can be found here (Eagle Relief Form) and must be submitted to the Case Manager, Maria Santos, at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Student Services office SU 172.
Eagle Relief Fund Origin
During the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, faculty members Teresa Paliwoda and Tricia Rizza’s ENC 1102 Service Learning Courses collected supplies and funds to help students at Chipola, Gulf Coast, and Tallahassee Community Colleges.
The remaining monies collected were used to create the Eagle Relief Fund to assist TCC students in times of disaster and need.