Help paying for College Expenses- Workforce Education

Workforce Education might be able to pay your tuition, books, materials, and transportation costs. Apply now for Fall quarter.


Eligibility Requirements
Be in a Professional Technical Program OR Career Track Transfer    

Meet only one of the following criteria:

  • Low-income: see income guidelines here
  • Unemployed/Under-employed due to Covid-19 read more here
  • Receive TANF/Cash Assistance from DSHS- read more here                   

Unfortunately, due to our grant guidelines, we cannot fund International Students. Please seek School Scholarships or Emergency Grants

Schedule an appointment to talk about your situation with a grant specialist here

Ready to apply? Complete the Workforce Application by clicking here

Do not complete the Workforce Application if you have already completed it. Instead, email either your grant specialist or your workforce@shoreline.edu inquiring about your situation.

Got questions?  Call us at 206-546-5882 or email us at workforce@shoreline.edu

Workforce Tuition Assistance Information Session

Learn about how Workforce Education can pay your tuition and help you reach your educational goals! We will share information on each Workforce Grant as well as the application process. Next dates: 11/10, 11/17, and 12/21. Invite friends and family to learn more.

RSVP at www.startnextquarter.org, or by calling our office at (206) 546-5882 or by emailing workforce@shoreline.edu.du.

Set your DVRs – Workforce’s DeLaine Tyner makes television debut May 3

Our very own DeLaine Tyner of the Workforce division will be featured on the Tues., May 3 episode of Wheel of Fortune. Set your DVRs or watch live!

DeLaine, a Wheelie, has been our campus since September and gives great exposure for Shoreline as she proudly introduces herself during Seattle Week as the “administrative assistant to the workforce dean of Shoreline Community College.”

Did she win? Watch to find out!

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