Food Pantry Georgetown Campus
Tuesdays 1 -4:30
Wednesday 1 – 3
Friday 12:30 – 4
Location: Building A, room 103B
To access the food pantry, we require you to sign in every time. Please scan the QR code below:
We appreciate community feedback. To serve you best, please take a moment to fill out our survey and request specific pantry items.
The Benefits Hub is here to connect you to the resources you need to survive and thrive in school. To schedule an appointment with a Benefits Hub Coach, click here
We can connect you to:
Get help signing up for public benefits like a reduced transit fare (ORCA LIFT), food resources including Basic Food (SNAP/EBT/Food Stamps), health insurance, and much more. Washington state is now approving more low-income students to receive food assistance through the Basic Food Employment (BFET). ALL low-income students enrolled in certificates and degree programs, up to a 2-year degree, are now eligible for BFET.
Get help accessing eviction prevention funds, navigating emergency housing, receiving other supports like rent and utility assistance, and referrals to community-based organizations. You must schedule an appointment with a Benefits Hub Coach to receive assistance.
- Enrolled in 6 credits or more OR be degree-seeking at a Benefits Hub partner college OR transferring a degree from another country.
- Behind on rent OR behind on mortgage OR located a new place to live OR be homeless and located a new place to live.
- Demonstrate financial need: have a monthly household income below 80% Area Median Income OR be impacted by COVID-19.
- Have NOT already received housing support funds from UWKC or EPRAP in the last 12 months
Emergency Grant Fund
The Benefits Hub can help you apply for emergency funding through Emergency Funds and Benefits Hub Grant Funding to help meet your needs. Receive money to help with unexpected costs, including transportation, medical, family/household emergencies, food, childcare expenses, and tuition. Awards vary depending on student needs and the resources available.
Emergency Funds are a one-time award for tuition and fees. Emergency Funds can be used once a calendar year for required textbooks, transportation, or other related challenges that will inhibit academic progress or completion.
- Be enrolled in at least 5 credits
- Have a ctclink ID
Benefits Hub Grant Funding
Students are eligible to apply for the Benefits Hub Grant if they are enrolled in 6 or more credits, or in a degree-seeking program at a Benefits Hub partner college. There are no citizenship requirements for Benefits Hub Emergency Grants. Grants are awarded based on available funds and student need. You must schedule an appointment with a Benefits Hub Coach
Paying for School
Get help filling out the FAFSA or WASFA, find out whether you may be eligible for funding through the Workforce Education office, and learn about scholarships to help you pay for school.
Mental Health Support
Get connected to Mental Health services through South Seattle and other community organizations.