The Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) is the form for undocumented students and others who don’t qualify for federal aid because of their immigration status or for other select applicants. 

People who complete the WASFA are applying for state aid such as the Washington College Grant, the College Bound Scholarship, Passport to Careers (for former foster youth and homeless youth), a National Guard Grant or State Work Study.

Financial Aid

Federal School Code

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

Should you complete a FAFSA or a WASFA?

If you are unsure if you should complete a FAFSA or a WASFA, complete the WASFA Eligibility Questionnaire.

Steps to Submit the WASFA

  1. New students apply for admission to Olympic College and obtain your Student ID.
  2. If you have never completed the WASFA before, you will need to create a user account: Create new WASFA user account.
  3. Once you've created your account, you can log into the WASFA application portal to begin the application. Log into the WASFA application portal.
    1. You must meet Washington state residency requirements.

Additional WASFA Policies & Procedures

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You are Welcomed Here

Olympic College is committed to supporting the success of ALL students. We recognize that students whose presence in the United States is undocumented face many barriers to postsecondary access and attainment. To learn more about our commitment to undocumented students, including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), visit our Equity & Inclusion website

Your Privacy

The Washington Student Achievement Council administers the WASFA and is committed to protecting the confidentiality of the information and privacy of students and families. Washington is a state committed to providing opportunities to students and protecting the rights of families. 

Visit the Washington Student Achievement Council website to learn more.