Yes. If your plans change and you decide to start classes at WWCC at a later time, you can be reconsidered in the future.
“I’m doing something really important to me and
for my family.” — Atenas, Warrior Pledge recipient.
Who is eligible for Warrior Pledge funding?
- Are new to WWCC or returning to complete their WWCC degree following an extended absence
- Live in one of the following counties:
- In Washington: Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield and Walla Walla
- In Idaho: Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis and Nez Perce
- In Oregon: Morrow, Umatilla, Union and Wallowa
*Undocumented students can receive Warrior Pledge dollars, if they meet the criteria above.
Even if you are not eligible for the Warrior Pledge, Walla Walla Community College supports your college ambitions. Find out more by calling WWCC’s Student Success Center to speak with an advisor/navigator: 509. 527.4262
Frequently Asked Questions
Warrior Pledge funding is designed to fill the gap. The program covers tuition and fees not covered by state or other financial aid programs.
No. Warrior Pledge is a scholarship program that receives funds provided to the WWCC Foundation from generous donors.
No. To be eligible for Warrior Pledge funding support, you must enroll in a minimum of 10 credit hours per quarter in fall, winter and spring. Support is also available to Warrior Pledge students who enroll in a minimum of 5 credit hours during the summer.
Students who are new (never attended) to WWCC will have first priority. So will individuals who have previously attended the college, but have been away for at least one year. Current students may also be considered, depending upon special circumstances.
Funding allows us to continue awarding students throughout the summer, but the priority deadline for Fall 2023 consideration was July 1. Students are considered in the order they submit their materials, so it is best to apply to the college and complete the financial aid application as soon as possible.
No. You will automatically be screened for eligibility by applying to the college and having a completed financial aid application on file.
Those who are eligible to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) or Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) should do so to participate in the Warrior Pledge program. Those who are not eligible to complete the FAFSA and WAFSA should contact the college to learn how they can still participate in the Warrior Pledge program.
Eligible students will receive Pledge support for up to 110 credit hours towards a credential or any two-year degree offered at WWCC.
You have 10 years to complete your degree from the time you received the Warrior Pledge.
No, Warrior Pledge is designed to help you earn a certificate or two-year degree.
To continue to receive Warrior Pledge funding students must maintain good standing with financial aid (a 2.0 Cumulative GPA).