Emergency Aid

On-campus resources

Office of Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Aid has counselors available to speak with you about aid options, including grants, loans, scholarships, and general guidance for money management.

The Pantry
The Pantry exists to provide supplemental, nutritional, and culturally relevant food as well as hygiene items to all UWT students. Anyone with a Husky ID may access the Pantry. Hours and online request form can be found on their website.

The Office of Student Advocacy and Support
The Office of Student Advocacy and Support assists students to set goals, find on-campus and community support to meet life’s challenges, and overcome barriers to achieve their educational goals. To meet with a case manager or refer a friend, complete this form online, or copy and email it to sstusuppt@uw.edu: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/stusuppt/346410

Counseling Center
The Student Counseling Center helps students cope with stress and personal issues that may interfere with their ability to perform in school. Short-term, problem-focused counseling aims to help students build skills and explore alternative ways of coping. The Center provides individual, couple, and group counseling in addition to other services.

More on-campus resources

Child Care Assistance
The Childcare Assistance Program (CAP) is intended for UWT students who meet low-income requirements through Financial Aid. Students must have a FAFSA application completed and on file in order to verify eligibility.

Veteran and Military Resource Center
The Veteran and Military Resource Center (VMRC) serves as a resource for military veterans and their dependents by providing support and referrals, and helping them access their VA educational benefits/WA state tuition waivers.

Off-campus resources

Community Resources by UW SafeCampus

Food resources
St. Leo Food Connection
Nourish Pierce County
My Sister’s Pantry