Pay for College
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
West Building, Room W209
11605 132nd Avenue NE
Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 739-8106 (office)
(425) 739-8144 (fax)
Title IV School Code for FAFSA: 005373
Monday: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
The office closes at 4:30 PM the day before holidays.
You'll be surprised at the number of financial assistance options available to you
at Lake Washington Institute of Technology.
Financial assistance isn't just for low-income students any more. It's available to just about every student that comes through our doors. Listed below are the numerous options available for you, with links for more detailed information.
Federal and State Financial Aid
You don't have to be a low-income student to qualify for some types of aid. To get
started, visit Financial Aid and review the Checklist. For questions or more information, call (425) 739-8106
or send an email.
Student Payment Plan
The Student Payment Plan program will allow you to pay for your education on an installment plan. You can
make payments in monthly installments each academic quarter.
If you're a Washington State resident and enrolled in a Health Care, Business, Accounting
or I-Best program, you could qualify for financial aid through LWTech's Opportunity Grants program. If you have questions, please email or call (425) 739-8100, ext.8448
You may be eligible to receive funding through the WorkFirst program if you are a current TANF recipient. For more information call (425) 739-8339
or (425) 739-8131.
Worker Retraining Program
If you're unemployed or vulnerable to a layoff, you can obtain financial aid through
the Worker Retraining program. This program also serves military veterans, displaced homemakers and others.
For more information call (425) 739-8206.
If you're a veteran receiving the GI Bill or similar benefits, you can receive financial
assistance for most LWTech courses and programs through Veterans Programs. In addition, you may be eligible for a 25% waiver of tuition and fees if you're
a veteran or a member of the National Guard and have been honorably discharged or
meet certain requirements.
You could qualify for one of the numerous Scholarship opportunities available to LWTech students.
Agency and Employer Assistance
Agencies such as Labor and Industries, Employment Security Dept. (Trade Act), and
the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) offer financial assistance to some students. In
addition, some employers may offer financial assistance to employees on a contract
basis. For more information on setting up these accounts, stop by the Student Accounts
Office W201E, email or call (425) 739-8184. Vouchers and funding information may be faxed to (425) 739-8182.
Basic Food, Employment, & Training
If you're receiving federal food stamps you may be eligible to receive book & supply
funding (up to $250 per quarter) and childcare assistance through Working Connections
Childcare (DSHS). For more information, visit Basic Food, Employment, & Training or call 425-576-5811
LWTech offers Tuition Waivers for students meeting these qualifications. Conditions apply for these waivers.
Washington State employees
Eligible veterans or National Guard members
Children or spouse of a disabled, deceased, MIA, or POW
Children of disabled law enforcement officers and firefighters
Vocational students registering for more than 18 credits
Nonresident students (waiver of differential between resident and nonresident operating fee)