The State Need Grant (SNG) program helps the state’s lowest-income undergraduate students pursue degrees. Limited to a total of 15 quarters or 225 attempted credits, whichever comes first. Must meet prority deadline. Subject to change depending on state funding.
A scholarship program that encourages foster youth to prepare for and succeed in college. For additional information and/or the state application please visit The Passport to College Promise website.
Up to $4,500 (if funding is available)
The College Bound program was created to assist low-income youth and raise educational attainment in Washington. Students enrolled in he 7th and 8th grades can apply to the program. Eligibility requirements include either acceptance in the Free/ Reduced Price Lunch, meeting the income standards of the program, particiation in TANF or being a foster youth. In order to recevie the scholarship students must graduate from a Washington high shool, have a 2.0 GPA, no felony, income within 65% median family income, and enroll within one year of high school graduation.
Amount to be determined
Federal School Code: 003771
Janet Campbell, who works in the Office of Financial Aid at Central Washington University, donated aOct 1, 2014 - Mar 1, 2015
The General Scholarship Application opens October 1st and closes March 1st.May 1, 2014
Verification deadline for the 2014-15 Academic Year Financial Aid