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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.
Contact:
1415 N. 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
206-547-4680
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.
Contact:
500 SW 7th St, Renton, WA
206-205-3643
craig.riggs@kingcounty.gov

Scholarships:

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:

Provide scholarships, advising, tutoring and resources to low-income students under 30 years of age, including support for high school/GED completion and ABE/ESL students.
Contact:
1406 NE 50th St. #202, Seattle, WA 98105
206-523-6200
staff@seattleeducationaccess.org
Visit Seattle Educational Access

Seattle Milk Fund:

Provide childcare grants to eligible low-income, full time students. (Childcare grant recipients may also qualify for small education grants).
Contact:
1130 N. Northgate Way, Seattle, WA 98133
206-526-7944
office@seattlemilkfund.org
Visit Seattle Milk Fund

Washington Women in Need:

Provide assistance with education costs for low-income women.
Contact:
2285 116th Ave. NE, Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98004
425-451-8838
programs@wawomeninneed.org
Visit 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.
Contact:
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Visit Workforce Investment Act (WIA)


Snohomish County -->
360-438-4123

Visit Workforce Investment Act (WIA)

 

 

fastweb.com Scholarship search
edwise.org

Financial planning, budgeting,
loan debt calculating

mappingyourfuture.org Financial strategies, career options
and college planning
studentaid.ed.gov Comprehensive federal
financial aid and planning
finaid.org

Great basic information

nslds.ed.gov

Student site for your federal
students loans and lenders

 nela.net  

Nonprofit agency working with
schools, banks and other institutions

 thewashboard.org  

Washington Scholarship Coalition
assistance for students