Student Emergency Fund

About this Campaign

“For some students, unexpected circumstances may arise that jeopardize their ability to successfully continue their education. Within our student body, financial hardships happen. Sometimes an emergency can cause a student to question whether they can finish the semester, or even graduate. These life events can interfere with a student’s ability to attain their goals, both inside and outside the classroom. The Student Emergency Fund provides emergency financial support to currently enrolled students who are unable to meet essential expenses due to a temporary or unexpected hardship. Gifts from alumni, faculty and staff, parents, and friends of the institution make the Student Emergency Fund possible. With your support we can ensure that these unexpected events are addressed swiftly in the best interests of our students. Please make your gift today and help our students so they are able to continue to focus on their studies when unanticipated circumstance occurs.”


Kimberly Scott, Ph.D.

Vice President of Student Affairs


Examples of expenses for funding include:

• Utilities

• Medication/prescription expenses

• Books or school related expenses

• Replacement of belongings lost in a fire or natural disaster

• Safety-related needs (e.g. lock change, emergency shelter)




Remember, any gift made to the university will also count toward your Eminent Associate status. The Eminent Associates program is one of the university’s donor recognition societies.  If you are not an Eminent Associate and would like additional information, contact the Office of Alumni Affairs today at 334.727.8881.


This is an official campaign of Tuskegee University.





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Created By

Bradley Watts
Bradley M Watts '16
Date: May 14, 2020

66 Donations

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