Overview

Overview

The Financial Aid office can help you complete all of the steps needed to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). See below for information and instructions, and contact the Welcome Center for more info including online and in-person financial aid workshops.

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Federal School Code

003784 - use this code when applying for financial aid at Olympic College.

Help Completing the FAFSA

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Help Completing the FAFSA

Sign up for a free  60-minute financial aid application help session where we go in-depth with personalize help submitting the financial aid application. Click the button to schedule a session. 

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Submit the FAFSA

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Submit the FAFSA

The FAFSA opens the door to a host of funding sources including federal and state grants, work-study jobs, scholarships, and loans.

Use the Olympic College code when applying for aid: 003784

After submitting the FAFSA, complete the Institutional Form, which you can access through the ctcLink Student Homepage.

Visit our How to Submit the FAFSA webpage for step-by-step instructions and videos.

How to Submit the FAFSA 


Submit the WASFA

Submit the WASFA

Undocumented students and students who are not eligible to submit the FAFSA because of their immigration status should submit the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA).

For more info and instructions, visit our How to Submit the WASFA page. 

How to Submit the WASFA

Application Deadlines

Submit your financial aid forms as early as possible to ensure your funding is in place before school starts. 

By submitting early, you'll get full priority consideration for your request. 

Getting Started Guide

Money Management Tips - Financial Literacy

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Money Management Tips - Financial Literacy

Enrolling in college is an exciting chapter in your life. Olympic College offers money management information and resources to help you make good decisions about your finances while balancing the costs of college life.

We use an award winning tool called iGrad to help you learn all about Financial Literacy, which includes topics such as credit-card debt,  personal budgets, job searching strategies and more. 

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Grant Reporting

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Grant Reporting

The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Grant is a federal grant that provides relief from COVID-19. Institutional grant recipients, including Olympic College, are required to publicly post on their website, reports of how the funds were disbursed. Visit the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Grant Reporting page to learn more.