Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness Grant
The Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness (SSEH) Grant assists students experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity, or students that were in foster care at the time of graduating from high school.
ANY current Grays Harbor College student (regardless of what program they are in) who meets one of the eligibility requirements , may be eligible to receive support from this grant. Please read below to see if you may qualify. The purpose of SSEH Grant assistance is to provide a low barrier option for students who are experiencing emergency housing expenses or costs associated with hygiene products and laundry facilities. SSEH is not intended to provide ongoing relief of recurring expenses or as a consistent supplement for educational purposes.
Expenses Covered by SSEH Funding
Examples of housing emergencies to be considered include:
- Eviction Prevention
- New Rental Assistance
- Emergency Housing
- Hygiene Assistance
- Laundry Assistance
All currently enrolled and actively attending Grays Harbor College students may apply for housing assistance.
- Facing Eviction
- Seeking new rental assistance
- Homeless – Unsheltered
- Homeless – Sheltered
- Former foster you at time of high school graduation
If you are experiencing a housing emergency that may affect your ability to complete your education, please visit the 800 building on campus to fill out an application and learn about additional resources available.