Did the pandemic impact your plans to attend college or pursue career training? Winter quarter at Grays Harbor College begins Jan. 4 and eligible students can take one class for free. Grays Harbor College will cover the cost of one class winter quarter, up to five credits or $750.
The offer applies to eligible new, returning, and continuing students in credit-bearing classes and is only good for winter quarter. This program is made possible by the pandemic relief funds distributed to the college by the federal government.
To be eligible, you must meet the following requirements:
■ Enroll in at least one credit-bearing class, for a minimum of five credits
■ Complete the short sign-up form to take a class at www.forms.ghc.edu/on-us/
■ Stay enrolled in at least five credits through the 10th day of winter quarter.
■ Students receiving financial aid are subject to financial aid rules and regulations for any aid received.
■ Students who participated in the “Take a Class on Us” promotion during fall quarter are eligible for the free class.
What is excluded from this promotion?
■ Continuing Education classes do not count toward the five-credit minimum.
■ Credits taken as “Audit” (no grade) do not count toward the five-credit minimum.
• Some limitations apply for certain groups of students such as Running Start and Transitional Studies.
Can I enroll in more than one class?
■ Although this promotion will only pay up to $750, which generally covers all tuition and fees for five credits of in-state, lower division credits, you should enroll in the classes that best fit your academic and personal goals. Please check in with your academic advisor to discuss your academic plan.
Can I take one class at no cost if I do not plan to pursue a degree or certificate?
■If the pandemic impacted your plans to attend college or pursue career training, you are eligible to take one class for free. In order to receive funding, the class must count toward a degree or program (even if you do not plan to continue taking classes in that degree or program after this class).