Source: The Stranger

New legislation in the state of Washington will offer free tuition to students from families who make less than $50,000 a year, whether they are attending a two-year, or four-year public university.

The legislation’s success will depend upon a tax imposed on more than 80,000 existing companies that rely on education to exist, such as technology, engineering and accounting.

The Washington College Grant will help expand more opportunities for students by paying the entire in-state tuition for selected, low-income students.

Students of any age are eligible to qualify for the grant.

Read Full Story: The Stranger

 

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State of Washington to Offer Grants to Students for Free Tuition

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