What is the Clallam Promise Scholarship?
The Clallam Promise Scholarship is a need-based scholarship available to 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).
What does the scholarship provide?
The scholarship is designed to provide a maximum quarterly award up to $1,000 toward Peninsula College tuition and fees, with an additional $300 available toward textbooks, as well as up to $500 for the purchase of tools and supplies.
How do I apply?
It’s easy! All you need to do is complete the FAFSA* and complete your financial aid file with Peninsula College. For quick steps to get started at PC, visit www.pencol.edu/getstarted. This scholarship is first come, first serve, so make sure you apply now to see if you’re eligible.
How is the Clallam Promise Scholarship funded?
The Clallam Promise is funded by the Albert Haller Foundation with additional support from the Joyce Community Scholarship and Education Foundation and the Ben & Myrtle Walkling Memorial Trust.
Are there other financial resources available?
Discover other community scholarships available to maximize your opportunity for aid by visiting www.pencol.edu/scholarships/additional-scholarship-resources.
Need help with the process or have specific questions? For assistance with the application process or questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at: (360) 417-6390.
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*Peninsula College uses the FAFSA application process to determine eligibility for Clallam Promise Scholarship awards. Due dates for the FAFSA are listed here:
http://www.pencol.edu/financial/apply-for-aid Students are notified by the Financial Aid office if they are eligible for Clallam Promise Scholarship funds, and will receive further instructions on how to obtain books and supplies (if applicable).