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To help stop the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), access to buildings will be restricted to faculty and staff from March 20 - April 14. Spring quarter starts April 20. - Learn More.
Unemployed or underemployed adults seeking a certificate or degree in a high demand career may be eligible for help with college expenses under the Opportunity Grant Program. The grant provides individualized support services, along with funding for tuition and fees for up to 45 credits and $1000 a year for books, supplies, and tools.
Eligible students must be Washington State residents, meet income eligibility requirements, and enroll in one of the eligible programs (see webpage link below for more information). Applicants must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) to determine income eligibility but do not need to be awarded financial aid to qualify. For example, students who do not qualify for traditional financial aid for reasons such as default on a previous loan, cancellation of financial aid, or failure to register for Selective Service may qualify for an Opportunity Grant.
Students interested in applying to the program should fill out the survey at startnextquarter.org to sign up for an orientation. Individualized support services offered through this program include assistance with education planning, financial aid, campus and community resources, and skill building.
See below for contact and other important information.