Emergency Funds Update (5/3/2021):
The Emergency Fund Application is now open; no references are needed. Please expect some delays.
First-time applicants should make sure they have an account set up with our third-party partner BankMobile. Contact our Financial Aid office for more information about BankMobile.
If you are applying for tuition assistance ONLY a BankMobile card is not needed; the award will be applied directly to your student account.
CARES Act funding for students is available through this Emergency Funds application procedure. Please see details below about Emergency Funds to apply for CARES Act funding. Students must be eligible for Financial Aid to be eligible for CARES Act funds.
To learn more about how South Seattle College uses these funds, please visit our CARES Act Report page.
What Are Emergency Funds?
Emergency Funds are a one-time award to assist students with unforeseen expenses that may cause a student to withdraw from school. Emergency Funds can be used once per academic quarter. Awards vary depending on student need and resources available.
Awards are available for costs associated with:
- Family/Household Emergencies
- Other related challenges that will prevent academic progress or completion
Note: Tuition, books, and fees may also qualify if they would cause a student to withdraw
Our program’s purpose is to support South Seattle College students through unexpected financial circumstances so that our students will be able to focus on graduating. Our process involves equity to each student’s application. The intention of emergency funds are to help relieve some financial hardship that would prevent a student’s academic success.
Must be a current South Seattle College student. Apply at the link below:
For support in filling out the application and for other questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Emergency Funds Contact
- Location: Robert Smith Building (RSB 79)
- Email: email@example.com
Please contact the South Seattle College Benefits Hub for:
- Benefits access, housing assistance or financial coaching
- Referrals to community resources
- Referrals for re-entry navigation