We take paying for college seriously and we are here to help you reach your college goals at a fraction of the cost of 4-year schools. All kinds of funding is available to make your dreams a reality.
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to help. If education is your goal, we’ll find a way to make it work.
First, find out how much free money for college you qualify for. Apply for Financial Aid, like the Washington College Grant, by completing the FAFSA or WASFA. This will determine what funding you can receive.
Have questions or need help? The Peninsula College Financial Aid office is here to help you.
There’s no cost to apply and we recommend you submit your FAFSA or WASFA as soon as possible. A new application is required every academic year. You can complete the FAFSA on your phone using the myStudentAid app.
Next, once you’ve completed your application, you can see what funding sources you qualify for and get even more help to pay for college.
Students who are or will be attending PC can apply for a number of scholarships
For students attending Peninsula College who have graduated from any Clallam County high school (Cape Flattery, Clallam Bay, Crescent, Forks, Lincoln, Neah Bay, Port Angeles, Quileute Tribal School, and Sequim)
Washington College Grant
This newly expanded grant makes college more affordable for more students, and does not have to be repaid
Provides tuition-free retraining opportunities for laid off, unemployed, and underemployed workers
Provides job search training, educational services, skills training, and more to Basic Food (SNAP) recipients
Assists low-income Washington state residents who have not yet earned a degree (Associate or higher)
Passport to Careers
Helps students from foster care and those who are homeless and on their own
Assists parents receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) who want to further their education
Veterans and veterans’ dependents may qualify for veterans educational benefits
Students gain work experience while earning money for college
Organizations that provide resources, both career oriented and financial, for students and the community
Offers emergency financial assistance to eligible PC students
Tuition Payment Plan
For students needing more time to pay their tuition, tuition and fees are divided into three payments
Funded by the federal government and available to students