Scholarships for Hospitality Students

Students who are applying for or have already been accepted to the Bachelor of Applied Science, four-year Hospitality Program are eligible to apply for a Foundation Scholarship. Applicants could receive up to three quarters of pre-paid tuition. Get the BAS Scholarship Application Packet. Applications are due Tuesday, April 8, 2014.


Child Care Grants

SSCC students who are temporarily unable to pay for day care may be eligible for a one-time only, emergency Child Care grant. To apply, contact Lisa Sever, Manager of Day Care Operations, at (206) 934-5348.


Emergency Funds for Students

Emergency Fund awards are made by a committee of college representatives, coordinated by Fernando Morado, 934-6760 and Sharon Norman, 934-5195 in Student Services. Should you need help on an emergency basis for tuition and/or books, please download the emergency funds application and make an appointment with one of the committee members on the application.


Foundation Scholarships

Students who are Washington state residents and are currently enrolled as full time students (12 credits or more), may apply for a SSCC Foundation scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on factors such as academic merit, financial need, program of study and school and community involvement.

If you are interested in applying for any of the scholarships listed in this PDF document, please fill out the scholarship application packet.

Applications are due Monday, October 27, 2014, and provide up to three quarters of prepaid tuition. Download the application form.


High School Scholarships

The SSCC Foundation offers scholarships to graduating high school seniors to attend SSCC.

Applications are due the first Monday in March, and are available after the first of the year at the Development Office, at local high school counseling offices or you can download the application form.


Faculty Development Grants

Each quarter (fall, winter and spring), faculty may apply for a SSCC Foundation faculty development grant to pay for professional development activities such as conferences and workshops. If you would like more information on grants available to faculty read the opportunities PDF. Applications are available at the Development Office or use our application PDF.


Instructional Equipment

SSCC strives to offer training on the same state-of-the-art equipment currently used in business and industry. Gifts can be made to insure students receive the skills to be valuable employees in the "new workforce".

Location:

Robert Smith Building
(RSB 1)
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Hours:

Monday - Friday:
8 am to 4:30 pm

Phone:

(206) 934-5809

Fax:

(206) 934-5393
ATTN: Foundation

Email:

ssccfoundation@seattlecolleges.edu