GHC Foundation - Student Resources
Since 1962 GHC Foundation has been here to "increase opportunities for deserving students to realize their educational goals by offering scholarship assistance and strong support of the academic environment of the college.”
The Foundation offers a variety of financial assistance to students through programs such as scholarships, emergency funding and daycare assistance.
The GHC Foundation offers a wide selection of scholarships. Students who meet eligibility requirements can receive up to $4,000 in scholarship awards per academic year. The availability of scholarships may change throughout the application process, based on funding, donor directives and other factors.
The Hughes Tool Scholarship helps GHC Industrial Technology and Nursing students purchase tools required for their particular field of vocational study. Funds from the James Davis Trust are utilized for tool scholarships for Forestry and Natural Resources students attending Grays Harbor College to acquire the required tools and equipment for coursework that will later be utilized in the workforce.
A scholarship program to continue college educations for college juniors, seniors and graduate students. The endowed program, created in memory of the area’s two generous benefactors, E.K. and Lillian F. Bishop, recognizes deserving young Grays Harbor students by supporting them as they follow their educational goals.
The Grays Harbor College Foundation offers emergency assistance to students who experience a financial emergency or unanticipated expenses causing financial hardship. Students may seek support with temporary, short-term financial assistance. Emergency funding is not intended to provide ongoing relief of recurring expenses or as a consistent supplement for educational purposes.
The World Class Scholar (WCS) program is a partnership between students, parents and Grays Harbor College. This partnership provides a pathway to a college education for students through Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties, beginning as early as 7th grade, and provide a scholarship to students who complete the program.