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 priority 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 the 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, participation in TANF or being a foster youth. In order to receive the scholarship, students must graduate from a Washington high school, have a 2.0 GPA, no felonies, income within 65% median family income, and enroll within one year of high school graduation.
Amount to be determined
FAFSA School Code: 003771
The 2017-2018 FAFSA will be available beginning on October 1, 2016.Oct 1, 2016 - Feb 1, 2017
The General Scholarship Application opens October 1st and closes February 1st.Kidney Donation Transforms Strangers Into Friends
Janet Campbell, who works in the Office of Financial Aid at Central Washington University, donated a