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SVC Women's Programs offers emergency financial assistance to students in the form of scholarships as funds are available. Applications are available by contacting Anne Ziomkowski, Women's Programs Director, in the Counseling and Career Services Center on the Mount Vernon campus or Margo Grothe.
Also available is limited funding for students who need childcare assistance. Please contact Anne Ziomkowski, Women's Programs Director or Margo Grothe, Life Transitions Program Coordinator on the Mount Vernon campus for an application.
A free site that contains scholarship information customized to fit your needs. www.fastweb.com
This site provides information on state and federal government benefits including, Congressional scholarships and grants, veterans assistance; and state specified aid programs. www.govbenefits.gov
Specifically designed for single mothers, this site provides information on money management, financial information and educational resources. www.singlemom.com
This government site includes an extensive list of free literature on a variety of topics such as financial planning for college and ways to save money. www.pueblo.gsa.gov
A site, similar to Fastweb, that contains scholarship information customized to fit your profile. www.finaid.org
A free scholarship clearinghouse is available in Washington State. http://www.thewashboard.orghttp://www.thewashboard.org