Regents Grant Initiative - Emergency Funds

Grants should be awarded to resident undergraduate, first-time degree seeking students to assist in the retention of the student with an emphasis in helping these students through an unforeseen hardship/unexpected expenses. Amount can not exceed the cost of tuition, books, lodging, and meals as published as a part of the cost of attendance (COA). Each student can receive up to $2,000.

- Must have a FAFSA or TASFA application on file for the academic year in which you are applying.
- Must be a Texas Resident
- Open to Undergraduate students (1st-time degree seeking)
- Must be in in good academic standing.
- Must have a student/family FAFSA adjusted gross income between of $40,000 and $100,000.
- This is a one-time fund.
- Due to limited funding availability, additional requests within the same semester will not be approved.

If you have a current term balance or a past due balance, emergency aid will be applied to the balance due or your application may be denied. Funds cannot be refunded directly to the student if there is a balance due.

Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for a response. You will be notified through your PVAMU email address.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload a statement indicating why you are applying for additional funds (i.e. loss of job, housing, childcare, food or transportation needs, etc.).
  2. Please specify the amount you are requesting (can not exceed $2,000).