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Financial aid is available for qualified students.

Charter College offers many options to assist students in paying their educational costs. Federal, state, local, and private financial aid resources are available for qualified students, as well as parents. Students seeking financial assistance should first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A student will also need to apply for a FSA ID as part of this application process. A student may complete this on their own by following the links provided.

When visiting a campus, both in-person or virtually during an online appointment, Enrollment Processors assists students with completing all applications and paperwork needed for any financial assistance they may be eligible to receive.

The wide range of financial aid options can be somewhat confusing and the experts at Charter College will help you find the maximum that you are qualified for from a number of different sources.

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TYPES OF AID:

Federal and State
Both federal and state governments offer assistance programs to help you and/or your parents pay for your education. These fall into two general types: grants and loans.

  • Grants/Scholarships
    This type of assistance does not need to be repaid and includes the Federal Pell Grant Program.
  • Loans
    Loans are assistance you do repay, like the Federal Direct Stafford Loan.

Education Loan Specialists
As a free service to all Federal student loan recipients Charter College has a team of Education Loan Specialists (ELS) that are continuously monitoring and connecting with every single student who borrowed loans that has left Charter College - whether they graduated or withdrew. They meet with students for Exit Counseling upon graduation or withdrawal to discuss loan amounts and repayment options. The ELS is an advocate for students. The ELS will listen to the student’s situation, and counsel them on available repayment options for their loans. They will assist students in collecting proper documentation, provide instruction and assistance completing required forms, and even conference call the actual Federal student loan servicers with the student to aid in resolving their account.

For Washington State residents seeking information and resources about student loan repayment or seeking to submit a complaint relating to your student loans or student loan servicer, please visit www.wsac.wa.gov/loan-advocacy or contact the Student Loan Advocate at loanadvocate@wsac.wa.gov

Third Party Funding 
Third party tuition funding often comes from state, local, or corporate entities, such as vocational rehabilitation programs, workforce investment initiative programs, corporate sponsorships or employer assistance, high school scholarships, etc…

Federal Work Study Program
The Federal Work Study Program (FWS) provides part-time employment to assist students in earning money to help pay education expenses.  

U.S. Military and Veteran Benefits
Charter College works closely with local base and Veterans Affairs agencies in order to help provide benefits for active-duty and veteran students.

Native Grant Programs
Charter students who qualify may receive financial support from state or local native corporations and councils.

Financial Aid Application Timeline.
Charter College offers a flexible enrollment cycle, starting most programs every 5 weeks throughout the calendar year. Students are expected to meet with a financial aid staff member to review and complete any needed documents, securing all eligible funding and ensuring options have been reviewed by the student prior to their official start date.