High School Students

Class of 2022 High School Seniors

Questions? Contact your high school Seattle Promise outreach specialist for assistance. 

Next Steps 



  • Use your own email address for all of your applications. Using a shared email address (a family email or a sibling's email) can make your record difficult to track.
  • Use the same email address and same spelling of your legal name on all of your applications (the Seattle Promise, Seattle College, and the FAFSA/WASFA application). 


  • Complete the 2022-23 FAFSA or WASFA - due April 30, 2022
  • Don't forget to use the same email address you used on your Seattle Promise and Seattle College applications.
  • Use your legal name on all of your applications. Make sure you used the exact same spelling for your name, too. For example: "Gallegos-Hernandez" is not the same as "Gallegos Hernandez."
  • This is the official mode of communication for Seattle Colleges and Seattle Promise.
  • We will send information and reminders about your next steps to the email you list on your Seattle Promise application.
  • If you need to update your email, tell your Seattle Promise Outreach Specialist.
  • Use this website to explore the program options offered at each Seattle College. 
  • You will need to confirm your program of study before you can register for fall classes next year.

Did you miss a Seattle Promise deadline?

Seattle Promise is just one of the funding options available at Seattle Colleges. Apply for scholarships and financial aid at the Seattle College of your choice - North, Central or South.

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