Coronavirus Aid, Relief, And Economic Security Act Badges

Higher Education Emergency Funds

Walla Walla Community College students with financial hardship due to the COVID-19 health crisis may qualify for emergency funds from the federal CARES Act.



Scholarships, like grants, are funds that do not require repayment. Funds for scholarships come from various sources ranging from WWCC to numerous organizations, both private and public.

International Students

Financial Aid

Financial Aid is the primary source for students to access financial assistance when paying for college.

Workforce Students

Worker Retraining

Worker Retraining provides tuition assistance for qualifying students. Students will receive education planning and assistance in applying for other funding resources while pursuing a certificate or degree program.


Veterans Services

Walla Walla Community College serves veterans from a number of different programs, as well as dependents of veterans and individuals from the selected reserves

Basic Food Employment and Training

Basic Food Employment and Training (BFET) Program

The Basic Food Employment & Training (BFET) program is a partnership with Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) that provides assistance to students enrolled in Workforce Training or Adult Basic Education pathways.



WorkFirst provides education and training services for TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) recipients.

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Walla Walla Community College has partnered with iGrad to provide a free online money management program.

Bank Mobile Disbursements


Walla Walla Community College has partnered with BankMobile, a financial services company focused on helping students like you get the most out of your money.