In the United States of America, newly stimulus check is on the way, but only at Atlanta’s students at one higher education institution. The Morehouse School of Medicine plans to distribute 6,300 dollar stimulus payments to its students, using the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act funds.
Atlanta Medical Students are Slated to Get $6,300 Stimulus Check Next Year
The checks are dedicated to assisting students with their academic, financial, and mental health assistance needs, according to Valerie Montgomery Rice, the school’s president. Moreover, Marca claims that around 750 students are eligible for the $6,300 payout at the Morehouse School of Medicine. They can avail this financial support if they are currently studying for a degree.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that stimulus funds were scheduled to be distributed to the eligible students on December 15, but have been postponed this is because According to local media reports, federal education department officials want to review the plans of the college’s intentions. Hence, the checks will be sent if they have completed the process.
Furthermore, the school is planning to provide payments to kids by January 7. As part of Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan, about $40 billion in pandemic assistance was distributed to students and institutions via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.
The $6,300 Stimulus Check Outline and Details
Students who receive this funding will not be permitted to spend it on anything. The money is to be used on items and services that will assist these students in completing their degrees, such as childcare, food, transportation, housing, and healthcare.
While the Morehouse School of Medicine instance is unusual, it is far from the only one. Meharry Medical School in Nashville announced recently that it will provide $10,000 scholarships to each of its over 900 students.