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PDFWAC 250-21-041

Award procedure.

(1) The Washington college grant award for an individual student shall be the grant, appropriate for the sector attended, adjusted for the student's family income and rate of enrollment. Each eligible student receiving a grant must receive the maximum grant award for which they are eligible, unless such award should exceed the student's overall need.
(2) The grant amount for students shall be established as defined in statute RCW 28B.92.030.
(a) For students attending approved apprenticeship programs, includes tuition and fees, as determined by the office, in addition to required program supplies and equipment.
(b) The grant award shall not exceed the actual tuition and fees charged to the eligible student on an annualized basis.
(3) The total Washington college grant award shall be reduced for students with family incomes greater than fifty-five percent of the state's median and for less than full-time enrollment.
Eligible students shall receive a prorated portion of their Washington college grant for any academic period in which they are enrolled at least three or more quarter credits or the equivalent. Students enrolled at a three-quarter time rate will receive seventy-five percent of their grant. Students enrolled half-time will receive fifty percent of their grant. Students enrolled in three or more quarter credits or the equivalent will receive twenty-five percent of their grant.
(4) Eligible students must be awarded for all terms they are enrolled for at least three quarter credits or the equivalent. This applies to both Washington college grant and the college bound scholarship.
(5) All financial resources available to a Washington college grant recipient, when combined, may not exceed the student's financial need. The student will not be considered over-awarded if they receive additional funds after the institution disburses aid, and the total resources exceed their financial need by three hundred dollars or less by the end of the academic year as defined in WAC 250-21-010(13).
(6) The institution will notify the student of the Washington college grant award and include the conditions of award following guidance provided by the office.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.92.150 and 28B.92.200(2). WSR 20-12-049, ยง 250-21-041, filed 5/29/20, effective 6/29/20.]
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