Heritage University At Highline College
Seattle Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
Add to your degree without adding to your drive. Heritage University offers programs to help you turn your associate’s degree into a bachelor’s, or earn a master’s, degree right on the Highline Community College campus in Seattle.
Heritage will help pay for your education, too.
Beginning Fall of 2015, students will be awarded institutional Eagle Scholarship funds as part of financial aid packaging. When these funds are added to federal and state grant eligibility students would need a minimal amount of self-help to cover full-time tuition. Eagle Scholarships support incoming freshman with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) less than $14,956. The gap between EFC, Federal Pell Grant, Washington State Need Grant, and the student’s subsidized Stafford Direct Loan eligibility will be covered by Eagle. This equity model of financial aid packaging allows students to begin their academic programs with predictable financial support as well as mitigate the students need to borrow.
Continuing and transfer students will also be eligible for Eagle Scholarship funds.
We encourage all students to complete the Heritage University Academic Scholarship Application for consideration of other merit scholarships. Additional scholarships can be found under Outside Scholarships under the Financial Aid section of the student portal, myHeritage, and on thewashboard.org.
In addition, our financial aid specialists are experts at finding funds from other sources. Over 95% of Heritage students receive some form of financial aid, and so could you.
Greater success is closer than you think. Visit our Highline campus representative today.
Highline Community College
2400 South 240th Street, Mail Stop 9-7
Des Moines, WA 98198
Main Campus: 1-888-272-6190
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