BW Student Resource Center

The Student Resource Center supports BW students facing barriers that impact their educational success. We serve to connect students to local resources and campus services.
 
After completing this form you will be contacted by a member of the Brain Center / Student Resource Center to set up a virtual meeting to discuss your situation and connect to available resources. 
 
Learn more about the Student Resource Center at our MyBW page
 
Student Resource Programs Include: 
- Swipe Out Hunger Program
- Student Emergency Grant Program
- Campus Cupboard 
- Connection to general campus and community resources
 
Student Resource Center Contact information: Teri Seabrook, tseabroo@bw.edu 

Applicant Information

Are you applying as a result of hardship created by COVID-19 quarantine ? *
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I am applying for: *
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Are you a veteran? *
Marital Status *
Employement Status *
 
Current Living Situation *
 
Do you identify as a first generation college student (first in your family to complete a college degree)? *
I understand that in order to provide the most relevant resources to me the Student Resource Center will consult with the BW Office of Financial Aid. *

General Resource inquiry

Resources I would like additional information about: *
 

Swipe Out Hunger Application

Student Emergency Grant Fund Application

This emergency grant fund is intended to support students facing short-term, emergency financial hardships that may present a barrier to persisting in your academic program. 

Funding is based on available funds for the program. Generally, students are only eligible to receive 1 emergency grant per academic year. For long-term financial planning for your education please consult with the Office of Financial Aid to determine possible resources. https://www.bw.edu/financial-aid/  or connect with the Student Resource Center to determine possible community / social service resources. 

Please note: In order to serve the greatest number of students with the most immediate need related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis the typical allocation will be $200 or less per student. Future grant requests should consider short-term immediate need. Requests can be made for a greater amount but may not be able to be fully funded. Thank you for your understanding and concern for every student at BW.

Items NOT funded by this emergency grant include tuition/fees, student loans, legal fines, credit card debt, previous / outstanding medical bills, auto insurance, cell phone bills, parking tickets, health insurance, study abroad costs, travel for academic conference /  interviews or items on university bill. 

Have you applied for a BW Student Emergency grant before? *
 
What are you requesting emergency funding for? *
 
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Student Agreement *
Information / Data Privacy *
Student Signature *
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