Eligible student may receive funds to cover tuition, mandatory fees, books and supplies for up to 45 credits
Support services such as tutoring, career advising, college success classes, and possible emergency
assistance are also part of the Opportunity Grant Program.
Students can be a full or part-time, and have up to 3 years to complete 45 credits in a qualified program.
- Washington State resident
- Pursuing a professional/technical degree or certificate that is on the Opportunity Grant list
- Income at or below 200% of the poverty level according to the HHS Poverty Guidelines https://aspe.hhs.gov/2012-hhs-poverty-guidelines
- Must have financial need according to the FAFSA or WASFA?
If customers answer “yes” to any of the following questions, they may possibly be a good fit for our
- Do you need assistance with funding for tuition or books?
- Do you need academic assistance such as tutoring?