Funding & Aid Sources
Get help with tuition, fees, books, transportation, and food.
Shoreline Community College can help you apply for aid and access a full range of financial assistance programs. Eligibility for each program can vary widely, so it is important to understand the requirements for the particular types of aid you may be seeking.
Eligibility: Determined through the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or the WASFA (state aid application).
Timeline: Apply early! Priority for some grants is given to students who complete their financial aid application process by the early application deadline
Professional/Technical - Workforce Funding
Eligibility: Meet one of the following:
Eligibility: Many scholarships are based off academic merit or other achievements, while some are also need-based.
Timeline: Apply early and often! Both annual and quarterly scholarships are available.
Eligibility: Available to all students, regardless of eligibility for other financial resources.
Timeline: Check the quarterly target dates for information or to enroll in a payment plan
Veterans & Military Service Funding
Current students who are at risk of withdrawing or being dropped due to unforeseen circumstances may qualify for emergency funding.
Food, Housing, Transportation, and Books
- Don't assume you won't qualify
- Apply for funding early
- Don't be afraid to ask for help