Free Broadband to K-12 and College Students
In response to the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, Altice USA has taken several steps to ensure that Americans within the communities we serve have reliable access to high-speed broadband connectivity to keep them connected to the people, information, and resources they rely on.
Altice USA is committed to helping schools and students stay connected during this unprecedented time. For households with K-12 and/or college students who may be displaced due to school closures and who do not currently have home internet access, we are offering our Altice Advantage 30 Mbps broadband solution for free for 60 days to any new customer household within our footprint.
Starting Monday, March 16, 2020, eligible households interested in this solution can call:
866-200-9522 to enroll in Optimum region
888-633-0030 to enroll in Suddenlink region
Charter to Offer Free Access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi For 60 Days For New K-12 and College Student Households and More
In the coming weeks, many Americans will be affected either directly or indirectly by COVID-19 and Charter is focused on serving and supporting our 29 million customers. Americans rely on high speed broadband in nearly every aspect of their lives and Charter is committed to ensuring our customers maintain reliable access to the online resources and information they want and need. To ease the strain in this challenging time, beginning Monday, March 16, Charter commits to the following for 60 days:
- Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
- Charter will partner with school districts to ensure local communities are aware of these tools to help students learn remotely. Charter will continue to offer Spectrum Internet Assist, high speed broadband program to eligible low-income households delivering speeds of 30 Mbps.
- Charter will open its Wi-Fi hotspots across our footprint for public use.
- Spectrum does not have data caps or hidden fees.
Los Angeles Harbor College Laptop Scholarship
Los Angeles Harbor College students who do not have access to a laptop can apply for a laptop scholarship through their student portal.
College Students: U-Haul Offers 30 Days Free Self-Storage amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Enterprise College Student Travel Assistance
COLLEGE STUDENT TRAVEL ASSISTANCE
With colleges and universities announcing campus closures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, Enterprise wants to make it easier for students to get home to their families by reducing the age minimum and waiving the young renter fees for rentals through May 31, 2020.
- Available to College Students 18 – 24 years of age
- Valid for rentals of an economy through full size cars, minivans, small pick-up trucks and cargo vans
- Offer valid at U.S. locations only for car rentals reserved in advance.
- Standard driver and credit requirements apply, except for the minimum car rental age per this offer
- Official Student ID must be presented at the time of rental
- Offer expires 5/31/2020
Lambda Theta Alpha Foundation Disaster Relief Fund Application (2020)
The Lambda Theta Alpha Foundation Disaster Relief Fund was established to help provide relief to those affected by a natural disaster.
Scholly Student Relief Fund
Due to COVID-19, Scholly is providing $200 in cash assistance to students, parents of a student, or graduates. They aim to provide essential financial help to buy groceries, health supplies, and other necessities to those in need. If you’re a student, parent of a student, or graduate, you to apply TODAY.
Salt Lake Community College Dream Center: COVID-19 Resources
Information about: Food distribution, meals for students, mutual aid funds and the Undocu Scholars Emergency Fund
PLUMAS Dream Fund & Emergency Legal Assistance
This Political Latinx’s United for Movement and Action (PLUMAS) Dream Fund for Emergency and or Legal Assistance is open to current undocumented Undocumented Student Program at the University of Maryland students. Your information will only be utilized for the purposes of dispersing funds and providing you information to any relevant resources. Information submitted through this form is only accessible to a designated UMD staff. Financial support for this fund is possible due to the fundraising that takes place during the annual Dream Gala coordinated by PLUMAS and the Undocumented Student Program each spring semester.
Cal State LA: Dreamers Emergency Funding Application
Cal State LA students can apply for up to $500 total per academic year through the Dreamers Emergency Funding. To apply, the online Dreamers Emergency Funding Application must be submitted. Once received, the application will be reviewed by the Dreamers Emergency Funding Consideration Committee, which will consider the contents of the application. Applicants may meet with the Director of the Glazer Family Dreamers Resource Center to explore all available resources and opportunities.
- Must be considered undocumented
- Must be currently enrolled and matriculated in a degree or credential program as an undergraduate or graduate student at Cal State LA during the semester that the application is submitted
- Must be experiencing an unforeseen emergency that hinders their ability to complete school
- Must have utilized all current awarded financial aid (if awarded any)