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The Passport to College Promise Program helps students from foster care prepare for and succeed in college.

Through Passport to College, eligible students receive a scholarship for up to $1,500 per quarter that assists with the cost of attending college (tuition, fees, books, housing, transportation, and some personal expenses), specialized support services from college staff, and priority consideration for the State Need Grant and State Work Study programs.

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Were you a dependent of the state of Washington and in foster care on your 18th birthday?

To meet eligibility requirements, Passport students must:

  • Spend at least one year in foster care in Washington state after your16th birthday.
  • Be a resident of Washington State
  • Enroll at least half-time in an eligible college by the age of twenty-two
  • Not already have a bachelor's degree
  • Not pursue a degree in theology.

  If you meet these requirements please fill out the Passport Consent Form.

Then make an appointment with Katie Sully (see contact info. below), or

send your Passport Consent Form to:

Washington Student Achievement Council
Passport for Foster Youth Promise Program
PO Box 43430
Olympia, WA 98504-3430

Fax: (360) 704-6246

Additional funding and services you may qualify for:

More opportunities for students from foster care:

Passport for Foster Youth Contact

   Katie Sully, Educational Planner

  (360) 442-2332

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