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Completing the FAFSA

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions implemented by Governor Jay Inslee, in person work study orientations and FAFSA/WASFA workshops have been cancelled. We instead, will be offering these services via phone appointments.

  • If you would like to schedule a work study orientation, please contact TBD.
  • If you would like assistance with your FAFSA/WASFA application, please call Celva Boon(253)589-5822 or email

FAFSA/WASFA Workshops held the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of every month from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm in The Learning Resource Center Bldg. 15 computer lab. 

Please bring the following items with you to the workshop:

  • Federal Student Aid ID username and password – create one here  Both student and parent must have one if you are a dependent student
  • 2018 1040 tax documents for yourself and/or parents
  • Documentation of any untaxed income the household receives

The Student Aid & Scholarships Office has partnered with the Metropolitan Development Council and the Education Opportunity Center (EOC) to provide assistance to our students to complete the FAFSA. 

If you're interested in meeting with an EOC representative, walk-ins are available Mondays and Wednesdays from 8-11 a.m., or­ you may schedule an appointment at 253-589-5660 or 253-583-8823. Things EOC can assist with:

  • Get answers to your education-related questions.
  • Find and apply to a college program that is the best fit for you.
  • Explore career options through career assessments and career information resources.
  • Apply for financial aid to pay for college. (FAFSA application assistance).
  • Receive help paying for ACCUPLACER test and admissions application fees. (Income contingent).
  • Discover options for navigating student-loan default issues.

How to Fill Out the FAFSA