Basic Food, Employment and Training (BFET Program) gives access to college to students who qualify for food benefits with DSHS.
A state-funded program offering funds to low-income students in Washington.
Program for former foster youth up to age 22.
The Student Emergency Assistance Grant (SEAG) assists students with unforeseen emergencies or situations.
Helps eligible unemployed or under-employed gain education and training to re-enter the workforce.
Supports students who are TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) recipients.
We offer hundreds of students free and reduced tuition, books and fees every quarter. Find out more about these programs and if you are eligible.
Find out if you are eligible for a number of different grants and funds in one simple survey. Select Community Colleges of Spokane as your college, and sign up to attend a free workshop at the end.