Skip to main content

A model of the coronavirus A model of the coronavirus

Covid-19 Resources

Things to know BEFORE you apply for HEERF Emergency Funds:

  • Emergency Funds are awarded based on WA State Median Family Income (MFI) Table

  • Please allow 2 weeks of processing time before contacting the financial aid office

  • Emergency awards will not be shown on Award notifications or in your ctcLink account.  If approved, you will receive funds through Bank Mobile.

  • You must have Bank Mobile account set up and refund preference selected before you are awarded

  • Do NOT submit multiple applications for the same quarter

  • You may ask for up to $2,500 to cover your COVID related emergencies


Apply Now: Emergency Relief Funds are available to help students with emergency costs due to COVID-19, including tuition, food, housing, healtcare or childcare. 

SCC HEERF 2021

The Spokane Community College parking lot outside of Building 1. The Spokane Community College parking lot outside of Building 1.

 

For Students



 

 

For Visitors

All visitors to campus will be asked to complete a health attestation to verify you do not have symptoms of COVID-19 and for the purposes of contact tracing by the health district should a positive case be identified in the area you were visiting. You will find the online health attestation here at this link or you may be presented with a paper form when visiting campus. If you wish to connect with someone to make arrangements to vist, find the connection information below.

         
A bus stop at Spokane Community College pictured in Fall 2019 A bus stop at Spokane Community College pictured in Fall 2019


 

Where can I find information in different languages?

The Washington State Department of Health website has information in 11 languages.

 
two graduate icons hugging

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

Community Colleges of Spokane will update this page when any relevant developments occur. This page was last updated Nov. 20, 2020.