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Paying for College

Workforce Funding

Special funding programs may provide free or reduced tuition to students who qualify. Some of these programs also assist with books, fees, and, in some cases, educational supplies.

Take a quick survey to see if you pre-qualify for one of the workforce funding programs below.

Take Survey

Someone from workforce funding will be in touch with you to schedule an initial intake appointment.


Basic Food Employment and Training | edcc.edu/BFET

425.640.171 Gateway Hall 106

Assistance for individuals receiving federal food benefits from the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)

Opportunity Grant | edcc.edu/opportunity

425.640.1686 Gateway Hall 106

Assistance for individuals who are income eligible and in an approved training program

WorkFirst | edcc.edu/workfirst

425.640.1686 Gateway Hall 106

Assistance for individuals receiving Temporary Assistance for needy Families (TANF) and have DSHS approval from their case manager

Worker Retraining | edcc.edu/retraining

425.640.1433 Mountlake Terrace Hall 130

Assistance for individuals who are unemployed, displaced or vulnerable workers