Javelina Rebound

Javelina Nation is helping our students REBOUND from the continued impacts of the pandemic, removing the financial barriers to their success.

Spring 2022 HEERF III Emergency Grant Funding:
In an effort to continue helping students affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic, Texas A&M-Kingsville is pleased to announce that HEERF III Emergency Grant funding will be available for the Spring 2022 semester. All enrolled students, including international and DACA students, are encouraged to apply. These grants can be used to help students with any component of their cost of attendance (tuition, food, housing, health care, and child care) or emergency costs related to the pandemic. Students can apply beginning January 19, 2022. Priority registration for Spring 2022 opened Monday, October 25, 2021; please enroll as soon as possible and monitor your student email for further details.

Through Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF I, II, & III), Texas A&M-Kingsville has provided Emergency Financial Aid Grant assistance to 6,445 students, exceeding $11 million of total aid. In addition, TAMUK also offered the Javelina Rebound Debt Reduction Program, which cleared outstanding institutional debt students acquired during summer 2020, fall 2020, and spring 2021. This Javelina Rebound program allowed hundreds of students to reenroll for the fall 2021 semester, getting them one step closer to completing their degree.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Who is eligible for the HEERF III?

Answer: All enrolled students, including international and DACA students.

Q. What can I use this money for?

Answer: The money may be used for any component of a student's cost of attendance or emergency cost due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Examples include but are not limited to tuition, food, housing, health and mental health care, and child care.

Q. How do I apply for Spring 2022 HEERF III?

Answer: Students can apply online on the Main Menu of their Blue and Gold Account under the HEERF III Emergency Grant Application (COVID-19) beginning January 19, 2022. The application will only be available for three weeks and students will be notified of the status of their application through their university email within 30 days of their submission.

Q. Do I need to have a FAFSA on file to qualify?

Answer: No, it is not necessary to have FAFSA on file.

Q. Do I need to be a U.S. citizen or Texas resident to qualify?

Answer: No, the Javelina Rebound Debt Reduction Program is open to all eligible students, including DACA and international students.

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