Discover programs and services to support you and your studies
Students from all paths come to Highline College. With such a big campus and many students, it can be a bit overwhelming. Finding a group on campus that you can relate to can give you a sense of belonging, which we know is important for keeping you in college. We have a variety of programs and services and hope that one is perfect for you. Check them out below.
You may qualify for funding for work-based training if you have received a layoff notice, are receiving unemployment benefits, are a veteran, or are not working for other reasons. We offer a range of funding opportunities and services through Workforce Education Services .
Worker Retraining provides financial assistance and support services if you want to gain or upgrade skills to re-enter the workforce.
Basic Food Employment & Training (BFET)
If you receive benefits through the state’s Department of Social & Health Services’ Basic Food program, then you may qualify for financial help through BFET. Qualified students may receive short-term assistance for tuition, books, fees, bus passes and child care.
The Opportunity Grant provides financial assistance for low-income students who are enrolled in the Business, Education, Healthcare, or Human Services programs.