Washington state legislators hope to fully fund the State Need Grant, a $300-million-a-year program that gives grants – which do not need to be paid back – to students who attend any of the state’s public colleges, most of its private colleges, and a handful of private career academies.
Washington state legislators hope to fully fund the State Need Grant, a $300-million-a-year program that gives grants – which do not need to be paid back – to students who attend any of the state’s public colleges, most of its private colleges, and a handful of private career academies. Klaus Vedfelt Getty Images
Washington state legislators hope to fully fund the State Need Grant, a $300-million-a-year program that gives grants – which do not need to be paid back – to students who attend any of the state’s public colleges, most of its private colleges, and a handful of private career academies. Klaus Vedfelt Getty Images

Proposals in Olympia would erase gap in aid for state’s low-income college students

February 25, 2018 06:00 AM