PC offers awards to enroll

  • Wednesday, April 10, 2019 1:30am
  • Life

Peninsula College is offering 2019 high school graduates in Clallam and Jefferson counties $1,000 to attend PC as full-time freshman, in person or online, beginning fall 2019. The award would cover more than one fifth of the college’s annual tuition and fees and admission is guaranteed.

This is the first award of its kind offered to area high school students and will be provided in the form of Peninsula College Foundation funds, or federal or state grants. With ongoing community support, the college and foundation hope to continue this program for future graduates.

To obtain this award, students must fill out a 2019-20 FAFSA and apply to Peninsula College by May 15, and attend as a full-time freshman beginning fall 2019. Awards provided after the May 15 application date will be made on a funds-available, first-come basis.

Sign up for the award program by contacting Trisha Haggerty at 360-417-6231.

For more information about the Peninsula College Foundation, call 360-417- 6400.

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