CARES Act Emergency Grants to Students – Disclosure per the Department of Education
1. An acknowledgment that the school signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and the assurance that the institution used—or intends to use—at least 50 percent of the Cares Act funds received for emergency grants to students.
HACS has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement and has used 100% of the Cares Act funds received for the Institutional Portion.
2. The total amount of funds a school received from ED.
The allocated amount awarded by the Department of Ed to HACS was $22,522 of which $11,261 was scheduled for disbursement by January 10, 2021, to on campus students who experienced sudden disruption, and $11,261 was scheduled for disbursement for institutional technological needs. Those students in our online programs are not eligible due to no disruption in their mode of delivery.
3. The total amount of emergency grants distributed to students as of the posting/submission date.
The total amount of emergency grants distributed as of 01/10/21 is $11,261 (see below for a description of the disbursement procedures).
4. The total amount for the institutional portion as of the posting/submission date.
The total amount for the institutional portion spent as of 01/26/21 is $11,261.
The upgrading of the wireless infrastructure to support on campus students engaged in emergency remote learning and connecting through the wireless network cost $10,460
The subscription of several faculty to Zoom services to engage the on campus students in emergency remote learning cost the remainder of the Institutional Portion of $801.
This Disclosure to be updated quarterly. However, as the funds are depleted as of this report date of 01/26/21 this is the final report concerning the Institutional Portion of the grant.