Undocumented Youth

Use this guide to learn how you can begin finding and applying for money to finance your education!
Learn how Everett Schools worked to establish connections with the community to highlight offerings of local community colleges and for all students to have the opportunity to visit a college campus and better prepare for a postsecondary college of choice.
This presentation about supporting undocumented students was done by Bárbara Guzmán, Program Director Latino/a Educational Achievement Project (LEAP) at the GU March 2015 professional development workshop "Building on our Successes: Sharing What Works”.
This is the Residency Affidavit that 1079 students need to file to get state financial aid.
The scholarship handbook has three sections: Washington State scholarships, nationwide scholarships, and Washington higher education institution scholarship information. Includes information about HB 1079 and SB 6523- the REAL Hope Act/WA DREAM ACT.
A new state law has expanded eligibility for the Washington State Need Grant to low income, non-citizen students who meet the program's eligibility requirements and also satisfy the residency criteria.
One page handout explaining information about the new state law that expands the Washington State Need Grant to low-income non citizen students.
How to help DREAMer students determine if they meet the criteria for the DACA program and what steps to take to apply.
Effective July 1, 2003, Washington state law changed the definition of "resident student." The law makes certain students eligible for resident student status - and eligible to pay resident tuition rates - when they attend public colleges and universities in this state. The law does not make these students eligible to receive need-based state or federal financial aid. To qualify for resident status, students must complete this affidavit.
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