Our office provides different types of funding to help you cover the cost of education expenses, including tuition, fees, books, and supplies.
We can assist you with understanding what types of financial aid are available, and how each of them works, including student loans, grants, work study, and scholarships.
Federal School Code: 003773
2020-2021 Financial Aid
You can begin completing the 2020-2021 FAFSA online at https://fafsa.ed.gov.
The Financial Aid Office will start bringing in your 20-21 financial aid information in early February. You will then be receiving an email from our office notifying you of the next steps in the process. Thank you for choosing our college to start or continue your educational journey!
First day to apply for your FAFSA/WASFA: October 1, 2019
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step for determining what funds you may qualify for to cover the cost of college.
- Learn how to fill out the FAFSA form, and browse common FAFSA topics
- See what the FAFSA Process looks like (PDF).
- How to create an FSA ID
- FAFSA and FSA ID Tips for Parents
- After the FAFSA: What Happens Next
The Washington Application for State Financial Aid or (WASFA) is a free application for state financial aid for students who are not eligible for federal aid because of immigration status, including undocumented students. State financial aid could include Washington College Grant (formerly the State Need Grant), the College Bound Scholarship, or State Work Study.
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Types of Financial Aid
Financial aid is available from federal, state, University and private resources. There are several types of financial aid programs available depending on your needs and eligibility
Gift aid that is awarded based on demonstrated financial need. Grants do not need to be repaid.
Gift aid that is awarded based on a variety of factors such as academic achievement, athletic ability, leadership, field of study and/or financial need. Scholarships do not need to be repaid.
The scholarship application process is separate from the application for federal and state financial aid.
Workforce Education Services
Workforce Education Services (WES) administers a variety of programs that are designed to support students who are pursuing vocational, professional technical non-transfer degree programs and certificates as well as Transitional Studies. Contact the WES department to learn more.