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Edmonds College provides emergency funding

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 180

Last updated 5/12/2020 at 8:12pm

Edmonds School District high schoolers and district parents enrolled in a class or program at Edmonds College (e.g. College in High School, Running Start, ESL, GED) may be eligible for emergency financial assistance. Student Emergency Assistance Grants provide funding and connect students with a care navigator to find other campus resources.

The Edmonds College Foundation Emergency Assistance Program offers grants up to $500 for students enrolled in spring quarter.

Qualifying low income students pursuing technical education may be eligible for free or reduced tuition through one of several Workforce Funding programs. Visit the Foundation's website for links to other COVID-19 resources.

The college thanks Bantaba African Restaurant, Café Veloce, Chick-fil-A Lynnwood, Costco, Dick's Drive-In, and FeedMe Hospitality & Restaurant Group, which have provided free, weekly dinners to children in the community.

Since early March, more than 1,900 dinners have been donated by these Foundation partners.

 

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