College of Education > COVID-19 Resources > Financial Crisis Resources
We've assembled a list of resources for our students who may be experiencing financial hardship during the pandemic.
Hope for the Day allows you to search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, baby supplies, housing, and more. These resources and supports continue to be available when DePaul University is closed.
DePaul University has set up the Student Emergency Assistance Fund. This fund is made up of generous donations and lets students know that DePaul is here to provide support. It offers timely financial help that can lead to peace of mind and academic success. Providing funds for travel expenses, meals, technology needs and other necessities will help students who are facing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are or know of a DePaul student experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19, please send an email to email@example.com.
DePaul USA is working to end college homelessness through the Dax program for housing insecure students at DePaul University.
Illinois Department of Employment Security is the place to go for unemployment insurance and the CARES Act unemployment benefits expansion.
St. Vincent DePaul’s Food Pantry
Feeding America (to find a food bank near you)
Illinois Economic Assistance Page for information about topics such as utility relief, free or low-cost internet, food access, and unemployment insurance.