December 10, 2021
Bevill State Community College plans to use American Rescue Plan, or Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III (HEERF III), funds to assist students that enroll for the 2022 Spring Semester. Degree-seeking students enrolled in credit classes for Bevill State’s 2022 Spring Semester before the end of Late Registration on January 10, 2022, could receive up to $1,200. Eligible students will receive notification and disbursement details after January 28, 2022.
“We are pleased to be able to once again provide this opportunity for students enrolling at Bevill State Community College for the 2022 Spring Semester. COVID-19 is still impacting everyone. The College wants to do what it can to prevent students from having to put their education and future on hold because of this. These funds will give students the resources necessary to start, continue, or return to school. The faculty and staff of Bevill State look forward to seeing students on our campuses and online this spring,” stated Bevill State President, Dr. Joel Hagood.
These federal funds are provided by the United States Department of Education to ensure learning continues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds should be used for any component of the student’s cost of attendance or for emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus, such as tuition, food, housing, health care (including mental health care), or childcare.
About Bevill State Community College (BSCC)
Bevill State Community College is a public, two-year, "open door" institution, committed to providing comprehensive education and educational support services for people in West Central Alabama and beyond. Bevill State is a member of the Alabama Community College System. Bevill State's four main campuses, and one instructional site, offer university parallel and applied technology educational opportunities to over one-quarter million people in a seven-county area. This service area spans over 4,600 square miles, from the Birmingham city limits to the Mississippi state line.