Recently, the Student Financial Aid Management Center has deployed the “Green Channel” as an important initiative of “What Can Be Done for Teachers and Students”, and actively reduced the impacts of the epidemic, strove to be refined, practical, and innovative. Through the establishment of “Green Channel” offices on the two campuses, a one-stop, family-friendly enrollment service is provided for students from families with financial difficulties. So far, NENU has a total of nearly 300 freshmen from families with financial difficulties who have successfully enrolled through the “Green Channel”.
The Center started to help new students enroll from three aspects: carefully designing the “Green Channel” funding plan, meticulously deploying the “Green Channel” funding projects, and accurately advancing the “Green Channel” funding work.
Based on the preliminary planning and pre-judgment of the actual needs of students from families with financial difficulties, the school and departments quickly linked through point-to-point, key-to-key, screen-to-screen and other methods, took the initiative to find out and grasp the situation of students with financial difficulties in families who are severely affected by epidemics, accidents or floods in advance, NENU has made a set of targeted and refined “Green Channel” funding work plan together with the previous years of work experience, at the same time held a “Green Channel” funding work seminar, and interpreted it to freshman counselors and funding commissioners in detail, studied and judged follow-up plans, and strove to achieve the precise and effective allocation of funding resources for the “Green Channel”.
In order to ensure that freshmen can protect themselves and study with peace of mind after enrollment, NENU not only prepared face masks for all the students with financial difficulties who apply for the “Green Channel”, but also provided students in need the caring luggage, health escort insurance, and subsidies for students with difficulties in disaster-affected areas. The project was precisely funded, and at the same time, the “Green Channel” was held on-site, and every freshman who applied for the “Green Channel” was given a love gift box carefully prepared by NENU, which contains various stationery and daily necessities, and also gave free cards of military training clothing, inspirational books, etc. to the students with financial difficulties to fully meet the basic learning and living needs of students from families with financial difficulties.
The school advocated the formation of a “heart-warming service team” for the aided student team, such as the Love Group, the Love School, the Work-study Service Group, and the Loan Service Group to empower the students from families with financial difficulties in a “one-to-one” or “many-to-one” manner to go through the enrollment procedures, introduce the campus route and guide the freshmen, help to carry charitable supplies and accompanying items, explain school funding measures, financial security knowledge, and ensure that the newly aided students can enroll with an atmosphere of a sense of respect, closeness, and reward. NENU’s heart-warming one-stop enrollment service has been applauded by students.
(From News Center, translated by Wei Jia, revised by Liu Lixin)