Montclair State alumni and friends – come together to make an impact for our students. Now, more than ever, many of our students are relying on our support through the Montclair State Student Emergency Fund to continue their education as we weather this crisis together.
Your support shows our students that we are a community that will rise to the occasion to support their success. Together we can make a difference!
All donations to the Montclair State Student Emergency Fund will directly support our students as they adapt to changing circumstances through emergency scholarships.
Come together during this time to share a message of encouragement for our students. Post a short video, photo or written message on social media using the hashtag #MontclairStateCares to offer your words of encouragement as we unite to show our students that they are surrounded by a strong, supportive community committed to their success. If you don’t have social media, you can email your message of support to email@example.com.
“These are unprecedented times. We are working tirelessly to support our students, but this is a hard time for all. Students have reported losing loved ones to COVID-19. Many are struggling financially and those students who were already vulnerable are even more vulnerable by this pandemic. Our goal is to help students find a small sense of normalcy in a very abnormal time.”
-Fatima deCarvalho, Associate Dean of Students
If you or your student is in need, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 973-655-4118 or 973-655-7548. For more information on how you can support this fund, contact the Office of Annual Giving at 973-655-4141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Messages from Alumni and Friends
“We are happy to help the students at Montclair State University as they are the generation who will lead us forward as we recover from the COVID-19 Pandemic in the years ahead.”
– Kathy Dunlap ’76
“I’ve been there, yet not under these circumstances. Know you are not alone. Take time for your mental and physical well-being. Stay a distance apart, as calm as possible, and move forward.”
– Janice DeAngelis ’77, ’81 MA
“Hang in there. Take Advantage of all the tools offered to you. Learn from what is happening and use it to excel.”
– Gina Cousin
“Hang in there. This will soon be a distant memory. We are in this together.”
– Melissa Nash ’13
“Hang in there Red Hawks! There is light at the end of the tunnel, and when this passes you will come out stronger than ever and ready to take on the world. Our alumni network is 130,000 strong and has your back. We are all in this together.”
– Jonathan ’10, ’12 MBA and Arielle ’12 Preciado