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Emergency Financial Fund in the Dean’s Office

In 2010, W. David and Susan Gamble Ellis endowed the Ellis Family Emergency Aid Fund in the College. This fund is available to help with emergency needs of students who are experiencing financial hardship, especially as related to academics. For example, it can be used to cover psycho-educational assessment for a suspected learning disability, textbooks or other course materials that are not adequately covered by financial aid, or computer repair or replacement costs not covered by insurance. Emergency needs that are not directly academic but that affect a student’s academics or general wellbeing can also be considered (e.g., short-term needs related to food or shelter; unexpected travel expenses related to a family emergency). Students having financial hardship related to these or other emergency needs should contact Christy Buchanan in the Office of Academic Advising (buchanan@wfu.edu; x5123).