Leeds Hardship Fund
A fund to assist students facing financial hardship. Applications will be assessed according to University procedures. Awards will be made only in cases of genuine hardship, and where funding cannot be obtained from other sources (eg statutory student funding, savings or financial help from family).
Leeds Hardship Fund cannot help with tuition or exam fees. Find out about how to apply, the way that your funding requirements are assessed and the kinds of help available for eligible applicants.
Eligibility and residency criteria
Find out the eligibility and residency criteria for the Leeds Hardship Fund (LHF).
How and when to apply
You can apply by picking up a form from the Student Services Centre counter. You will also need to return your completed application and supporting documents in person.
How you are assessed
We will assess your Leeds Hardship Fund application by comparing your income with allowable expenditure for the whole academic year. The maximum grant is £3,500 and the minimum is £100.