On Friday, the U.S. Department of Education released new figures for how the federal agency plans to allocate the remaining $198 million in Covid-relief funds to America’s colleges, as well as to the students who attend them. This marks the fourth and final round of pandemic-relief money specifically targeted to the country’s institutions of higher education, and it follows the first, second, and third rounds of Covid-relief aid to the sector. It is the final disbursement authorized under the American Rescue Plan Act, which passed Congress and was signed into law in March 2021.
Below is a searchable, sortable table showing how much of that money each institution and its students are in line to receive. For more about how the money can be spent, visit the Department of Education’s website.