If you think you may know a student who qualifies for tuition assistance, please let them know about our resources at Workforce Education. There are many ways students can qualify for tuition assistance through Workforce Education.
Students can qualify if they meet ONE of the following criteria.
- Is the student receiving benefits from DSHS (food stamps, or TANF/cash assistance)
- Is the student low income?
- Is the student starting, or in, a professional/technical program?
- Has the student received unemployment insurance in the past four years?
- Is the student being laid off or formerly self-employed, need to retrain?
- Has the student recently lost a spouse who was helping to support you?
- Did the student become a veteran in the past four years?
If the student can answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions and have been a Washington State resident for at least one year, the student may qualify for Workforce Funding! It is quick and easy to apply.
If you think the student may qualify, have him/her do the following:
- Complete the survey at www.startnextquarter.org
- Call 206-546-5882
- Visit the Shoreline Community College Workforce Education office on the lower level of the Foss Building (5101).
For more information please visit: https://www.shoreline.edu/workforce/funding/