Javelina Student Emergency Relief

This campaign ended on April 04, 2020, but you can still make a gift to Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation by clicking here!

In an effort to keep students safe and reduce the spread of COVID-19, the recent, unimaginable decision was made to transition all Texas A&M University-Kingsville courses to a virtual format. We’ve had an outpouring of concern for our students from our Javelina Alumni, university friends and family. Many have asked how you can help. 

The Javelina Student Emergency Relief Fund has existed for several years at Javelina Nation and has helped our students through many hardships with awards of up to $250.

Your gift will support Javelina students affected by the financial burdens they now face from moving off campus, supplies, food and so much more. Help your fellow Javelinas as they transition to an online and remote system of learning for the remainder of the semester, physically away from what has become their home. 

Javelinas help Javelinas.

If you are a student and in need of financial assistance, please contact the Financial Aid Office and they can assist you with the best resources available: http://www.tamuk.edu/enrollment-management/finaid/resources/financial-assistance-request.html

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Kim E Hamm
Jesús Pantel
Mary Juarez
Michael Morgan
Jorge L. Garcia
Leonard & Margaret Bedell & Margaret
Javier L Zambrano
Jaya & Nirmal Goswami & Nirmal Goswami
Rumaldo Z. Juarez
Noe Rodriguez
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Bradley A Walker & Patricia
Jeffery McLain
Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation, Inc.

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Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation, Inc. gave $5,000