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EMERGENCY AID

 

****Because of the additional funding from the campuses, we will only be offering emergency aid to International students at this time*****

 

For all other students: 

To apply for emergency assistance, visit your campus site, listed below:
https://scc.spokane.edu/News-Events/Coronavirus
https://sfcc.spokane.edu/News-Events/Coronavirus

This application is only for those that are currently enrolled in Spring quarter. Please describe in the essay what specifically you need funding for and how you plan to use it!
 

For eligible international students:

Emergency aid is available to students who have experienced an unforeseen financial hardship, such as a sudden illness, loss of wages, natural disaster, major accident, pending eviction, death of immediate family member, or the effects of COVID-19. Some applications also help you pay for childcare, buy textbooks, or even purchase a bus pass.


The emergency aid application will open the week prior to the start of each quarter and close the week before finals. By submitting our Emergency Aid application, you’re applying to several funding opportunities at once. Applications are reviewed in a timely manner.  Funds will be dispersed through the Financial Aid office on their scheduled distribution dates. To apply, just click on the application link below and log in.

 

Important Information:

  • $1,000 max award per year

  • All awards are processed by financial aid

  • No back balances will be paid


Requirements to Apply:

  • You must fill out the Budget Form in the application

  • You must be a current student

  • You must have completed at least one quarter

  • You must be in good academic standing


Scholarships

Each January, our scholarship application opens for our 100+ scholarship opportunities. We also open a select number of scholarships again in August.  

Many 21-22 Academic Year Scholarships will open again August 16-September 6, 2021!

You can apply to several scholarship opportunities at once using our General Application. This application can also auto-match students to other scholarship opportunities. Many of those opportunities require additional information, and we encourage you to apply for every scholarship you’re eligible for to increase your chances of an award! Search through our comprehensive Scholarship Index to find the right opportunities for you.  Students who apply in January can be notified they are receiving a scholarship for the following academic year as early as May. Students who apply in August can be notified they are receiving a scholarship to be dispersed immediately as early as September. 

Please note: you must be an admitted student to apply. 

Sign in directions: The email will be your first name, followed by the first initial of your last name, followed by the last four digits of your Student ID, followed by @bigfoot.spokane.edu. (Ie: johnr1234@bigfoot.spokane.edu). The password is your full Student ID number, unless you've changed your password already. 

Watch Our Video on How to Apply for Scholarships! 

 



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