Sources of Financial Aid: Off-Campus
Here is a list of off-campus resources that might help you fund your education. On-Campus sources are listed separately.
Assistance League of Seattle:
Provide scholarships to low-income community college students.
1415 N. 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Visit Assistance League of Seattle
Reinvesting in Older Workers (ROW):
Provide assistance with education costs to 55 and older students, who have a disability,
a previous conviction or limited English proficiency. Qualified programs of study
include health care, information technology and green jobs.
500 SW 7th St, Renton, WA
To begin a free scholarship search, based on various eligibility criteria such as
program of study, academic performance, community involvement and more, go to:
Visit The Wash Board.
Seattle Educational Access:
Seattle Milk Fund:
Washington Women in Need:
Workforce Investment Act (WIA):
Provide assistance with education costs and job placement assistance to eligible students
entering in demand occupations. Apply through your local WorkSource by attending a
Training/Retraining workshop or scheduling a Connections appointment with a WIA representative.
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