Laid-Off Worker Scholarship
As a private, not-for-profit university that's funded by tuition dollars and not by endowments or public funding, CityU is in a unique position to be able to provide qualified laid-off workers in Washington state with financial assistance to go to school.
Undergrad Scholarships worth $10,800Ready to earn your bachelor's degree? This could be a great time to build on your existing college credits or associate degree to earn or finish your bachelor's degree. CityU will award 200 recently laid-off workers undergrad scholarships worth $1,800 per quarter for six quarters, totaling $10,800.*
Do You Qualify?
Graduate Scholarships worth $3,000Take the next step - get your master's degree. CityU will award 200 recently laid-off workers graduate scholarships worth $500 per quarter for six quarters, totaling $3,000.*
Do you qualify?
Note: These scholarships will be applied toward your CityU tuition, but will not cover the full tuition. Financial aid and student loans are available for those who qualify and can be combined with these scholarships. CityU can't advise you in relation to your unemployment benefits and how returning to school may affect your eligibility. You should contact whomever is managing your unemployment claim before you enroll into CityU and/or fill out your claim for the first time and let them know you are interested in returning to school.