IUP alumni and friends have stepped forward to help students in need during the coronavirus crisis by establishing the student Emergency Response Fund. Now that classes have moved completely online and businesses have laid off workers, students have more challenges than they bargained for at the beginning of the school year--a new way of learning, job loss, and unexpected expenses. If you want to help, visit the Emergency Response Fund site.
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