COVID-19 Resources to Support Students, HS Counselors and Higher Ed Professionals

We are living in an unprecedented and stressful time. Now more than ever we need to support each other.  As students, schools and community organizations adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will share here resources and information we hope are helpful. Please send any additional information you would like us to share to info@stlouisgraduates.org.  Send questions too and we’ll try to find answers. Stay well.

For students currently enrolled in college:

For students applying to college:

For St. Louis area residents who need an emergency grant because of loss of job or coronavirus impact on small business:

For higher education professionals:

For high school counselors and non-profit youth advisers:

Community Support Resources for the St. Louis area:

For those who wish to donate:

Educational resources for families:

For anyone working from home:

For all of us:

Access internet services and mobile/community hotspots via providers
As per the Federal Communications Council agreement, providers will waive late fees, maintain service regardless of payment and open Wi-Fi hotspots. In addition, many providers are offering free Wi-Fi for 60 days as well as enabling mobile hotspots at no charge.

Altice USA: Free 60 days of Altice Advantage 30 Mbps broadband solution to any new customer household
AT&T: $10/mo plans to low-income families and free hotspots in many communities
Charter: Free 60 days of internet
Comcast: Free 60 days of internet for low-income families and free hotspots in many communities
Cox: Low-income internet tier with no annual contract
Sprint: All mobile phones will enable hotspots for 60 days at no extra charge
T-Mobile: Soon allowing all mobile phones to enable hotspots for 60 days at no extra charge
Verizon: Free hotspots in many communities