Tuition and Fees

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Pierce College offers quality, affordable professional and technical training, top-notch academic programs, and associate's and transfer degrees. Learn how much your education will cost and your payment options.

Financial Aid

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Financial aid, through grants, loans, scholarships, or work study options, can make your education at Pierce College possible and affordable. Learn your options and the steps to apply.

Scholarships

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Scholarships are a great way to pay for your education or technical training. New scholarships are announced throughout the year, so it's good to check back frequently for information on the latest opportunities.

Work Study

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Work study integrates classroom learning with real-world work by offering students the opportunity to gain valuable experience while earning money for college.

Workforce Funding Resources

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If you're out of work and struggling to re-enter the workforce, it can feel overwhelming. Pierce College's Workforce funding could provide tuition, and books for professional technical programs that are designed to help you reach a new career path.

Internships

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Internships provide the experience of working in your chosen career field while earning valuable college credit you can use toward the completion of a degree or certificate program.

Veteran's Services

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The Veterans' Services offices at Pierce College can help you manage your VA benefits, find educational programs, and access community resources.

Start Next Quarter

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With the Start Next Quarter program, Washington Colleges offer hundreds of students free and reduced tuition, resources, programs, books and fees every quarter.