Highline College Foundation Scholarship Applications for academic year 2022-2023 is now closed. Good luck to everyone who applied.
Scholarships are available to Highline College full-time and part-time students including incoming, current, transfer, international, and undocumented students.
Running Start students are only eligible for scholarships for credits taken summer quarter or credits taken in excess of 15 credits.
Questions? Please call the Foundation office at (206) 592-3774 or email at Foundation@highline.edu.
Other scholarship opportunities are available on the Financial Aid Website.
If awarded a Highline College Foundation Scholarship, it will impact your FAFSA award amount. Therefore, receiving Pell grant, State Need Grant, WAFSA or like scholarship, may make you ineligible for the Highline Foundation scholarship. If you are unsure whether you have/will receive one of these, we encourage you to complete the Highline College Foundation application and advise us later if you receive such a scholarship. Most Foundation Scholarships are intended to fund tuition and fees only, and will not cover personal expenses. Any balance remaining after tuition and fees are paid will be returned to the Foundation.
HC Foundation works with teams on campus to provide emergency support for students to stay enrolled. Since there are various sources of emergency funds, the best next step for students seeking support is to visit the student support center site to access the emergency funds request forms under the Financial Services and Asset Building tab.
|United Way of King County|
|American Association Of University Women, SE King County|
|Bob and Kris Baugher, in memory of Eleanor Baugher and Eddie Black|
|Supporters of the Black and Brown Male and YELL Summits|
|Family and Friends of Mike Sipes in support of Respiratory Therapy|
|Junki and Linda Yoshida, in support of single mothers|
|David and Cathy Habib Foundation|
|Estate of Gladys Hart, in support of Nursing|
|Supporters of AANPISI at Highline|
|Family and friends of Jack and Betty Dunn, in support of Nursing|
|In memory of John Pfeffer, in support of the Chemistry studies|
|Soroptimist International Seattle South|
|Fred Andrews, in support of Fine Arts|
|King County VSHSL Funds|
|The Leona Hickman Charitable Trust|
|Louise Wilkinson in support of Future Teachers|
|Monica and Bill Luce Family Fund, supporting short term and emergency scholarships|
|Muckleshoot Indian Tribe|
|Family of Stella Larson|
|Des Moines Legacy Foundation, in support of Fine Arts|
|GESA Credit Union|
|Pat Finlayson in support of ELCAP programs|
|Rich Tonelli, in memory of Karen Tonelli|
|Family of Ruth Reilly, in support of Legal Studies|
|Estate of Shirley B. Gordon|
|Tom and Kristi Weir, in support of Teacher Education|
|USMC Support Group, in support of US Marines and Navy Corpsmen|
|Sheng-Yen Lu Foundation|
|The estates of Phil Swanberg, Jensen and Justine Richards in support of emergency funds|
And special thanks to the estates of Eva Gordon, Barbara Lunde and others who have left unrestricted gifts to the Highline College Foundation to support the vision of reducing financial barriers for students in pursuit of their education.