- Students with a valid 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Currently Enrolled for Spring 2020
- Domestic Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional students (not enrolled in an online degree-seeking program)
- Pell eligible undergraduate students: $1,400 maximum assistance
- Non-Pell eligible undergraduate students: $900 maximum assistance
- Graduate/Professional students: $700 maximum assistance
To receive these funds, students must complete the online application in the Wildcat Portal with attached supporting documentation.Log into the Wildcat Portal (under current student) to apply today.
In addition, the University will reserve $49,251 in emergency funding for those students that have been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. All students, regardless of Expected Family Contribution (EFC), are eligible for these additional funds. The award will be a one-time distribution of $500. Submitting the Emergency Student Financial Assistance Application for review does not guarantee additional financial assistance.
All payments will be deposited directly into the student's BankMobile account.The deadline for submission is June 30, 2020.
Questions: Email BCUCares@cookman.edu
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These teams should give him a call
The San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs faced off in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami in Super
Bowl LIV on Sunday, Feb. 2. The Chiefs would go on to win the game 31-20 after an epic 4th quarter
comeback after leading 20-10.
But, did the Chiefs really win this game or did the 49ers blow the game?
I'll answer it. The 49ers totally blew the game!
Continue reading our new freshman Sports Fanatic Sidney P. Brown's story in the Bethune-Cookman University sports tab
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