Access to Food: Washington state is now approving more low-income students to receive food assistance through the Basic Food Employment (BFET). ALL low-income students enrolled in certificates and degree programs, up to a 2-year degree, are now eligible for BFET.
Housing Support: Get help accessing eviction prevention funds, navigating emergency housing, and receive other support and referrals to community-based organizations. You must schedule an appointment with a Benefits Hub Coach to receive assistance, click here.
Emergency Grant Fund: Emergency Funds are a one-time award to assist students with unforeseen expenses that may cause a student to withdraw from school. Awards vary depending on student need and resources available.
Paying for School: Get help filling out the FAFSA or WASFA, get help completing your financial aid file, find out whether you may be eligible for funding through the Workforce Education office, and learn about scholarships to help you pay for school.
Mental Health Support: Get connected to Mental Health services.
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