The US Department of Education UU On Thursday, the $ 21.2 Billion in the aid for higher education included in the Congress of Relief Legislation in Coronavirus and President Trump approved in December, but Undocumented students could run out of help through grants from emergency students.

Meanwhile, Billions more in help could be on the way. President-elect Joe Biden, on Thursday, also launched a summary of the $ 1.9 Billion relief package, he plans to propose by taking office, including another $ 35 Billion in aid for colleges and universities.

"The President-Elect's plan will ensure that universities have critical resources to implement public health protocols, execute distance learning plans and provide emergency grants to students they need," said a sheet Informative of the proposal obtained from within ED Superior. "These $ 35 Billion in funds will be directed to public institutions, including community colleges, as well as historically black and private public and private universities and other minority service institutions," said the document marked "confidential". The document did not mention the majority of private universities and universities.

This summary said that also the proposal "will provide millions of students up to $ 1,700 additional in financial assistance from their university."

Regarding the last round of approved relief of Coronavirus, it will allow greater flexibility on how universities and universities can spend the money than in the Lad of Cares of the Last Spring, and allows more students They are eligible to receive grants from emergency students. It was not clear if the undocumented students come back to get help as the last time, the lobbyists of higher education said. But Justin Draeger, president of the National Association of Financial Aid Administrators, and Terry Hartle, the American Council on the Senior Vice President of Government Relations of Education, said that their analysis of the guidelines published by the Department is that the Undocumented students are not eligible to receive grants from students, as in CUSES Law.

Drager called Biden to clarify it. These students can get help when assuming charge next week.

Former Betsy Devos Education Secretary, in a Move Vests by Leaders of Higher Education, Negares Act Act grants grants to go to those who are not eligible for Federal Student Aid. According to a FAQ published by the Department of Education, that order does not apply to this last round of money.

that will allow students who are not eligible for financial aid for reasons such as having deficient ratings or having failed to reimburse the student loans to obtain emergency grants as they fight with the ability to pay housing and the team like computers during the pandemic. "We are echensed that there are potentially millions of students will be eligible for help that should not have denied it first," Draeger said.

Previously, the department argued that undocumented students who were illegally brought to the United States, since children were not eligible for help because federal law ranks to receive any federal aid.

Federal judges in California and Washington ordered a court order on the restriction of Devos, which allows undocumented students to receive grants in those states but were excluded elsewhere.

Those in a call with education officials on Thursday said that there was no mention of undocumented students, and a spokesman for the department could not answer the question definitely last night.

Relief of $ 21.2 Billion Covid-19 to higher institutions represents only one splinter of $ 120 Billion associations representing universities and universities. However, according to the figures released by the department that enumerated what each institution would receive, millions of dollars in the aid will be directed to institutions that fight with the financial consequences of the pandemic. Topping The list is the State University of Arizona, which

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