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PDFWAC 250-21-100

Apprentice eligibility.

(1) For an apprentice to be eligible for a Washington college grant they must:
(a) Demonstrate financial need under RCW 28B.92.205 and defined by the office;
(b) Be a resident of the state of Washington in accordance with RCW 28B.15.012 (2)(a) through (e);
(c) Have a high school diploma or its equivalent or for those without a high school credential, meet the ability to benefit as approved by the office;
(d) Be enrolled in an eligible apprenticeship program;
(e) Meet satisfactory program progress as defined by the program and approved by the office;
(f) File a financial aid application, as defined by the office;
(g) Not have received a bachelor's degree or higher or its foreign equivalent;
(h) Not owe a refund or repayment on a state grant and is not in default on a state student loan; and
(i) Not exceed the following Washington college and the state need grant usage limits. The equivalent of any one or combination of the following: Ten full-time semesters, fifteen full-time quarters, or fifteen apprenticeship payment periods.
(2) Any apprentice who has obtained a state grant through means of a willfully false statement or failure to reveal any material fact, condition, or circumstance affecting eligibility will be subject to applicable civil or criminal penalties.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.92.150 and 28B.92.200(2). WSR 20-12-049, ยง 250-21-100, filed 5/29/20, effective 6/29/20.]
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