Welcome to the Benefits Hub! Everyday financial tools.
Are you balancing a combination of school, work, and life? Are you working hard, but still having a difficult time keeping up with bills and the rising cost of living? United Way of King County’s Benefits Hub will help you get by, get ahead, and stay ahead so that you can achieve your college and career goals.
We’ll work with you to “get by” by connecting you with emergency assistance and important income supports to mitigate whatever crisis you’re facing today. Let’s tackle it one step at a time so you can focus on other priorities.
Once you’ve achieved stability, we’ll help you “get ahead” by creating and building savings. Finally, we’ll make sure you “stay ahead” by talking through ways to improve your credit score and build a plan with you to build assets and ultimately reach your financial goals.
Schedule an online appointment today with one of our Financial Coaches using the Zoom online meeting platform or phone appointment opportunities are available for students at Bellevue College. If you would like to schedule a phone appointment, please specify in special instructions when making an appointment.
Benefits Hub Coach
A Benefits Hub provides the following services:
Build a personal savings and spending plan, understand credit, debt management and explore banking. A financial counselor referral for an on-line appointment is available for students interested in a Financial Counseling appointment.
Paying For College:
Apply for and understand FAFSA/WASFA, scholarships, and other funding resources.
Access funds, navigate emergency housing and receive other supports like rent and utility assistance.
Note: Students are recommended to check with Benefits Hub Coach for a housing grant.
1 Rental Assistance for back rent
2 Edquity App information
3 ORCA LIFT Application Assistance
Benefits Hub Coach Contact Information:
Office Number: 971-278-1487
Tax Site CLOSED for the Season Due to Covid-19
The Benefits Hub Scan-and-Go Tax Site at Bellevue College has closed for the season.
If you have already dropped off your tax documents and need to pick up your return information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Safety Net:(Apply Online Only)
- Are you a BC student that needs short term emergency food assistance?
- Are you facing an unforeseen financial crisis?
- Qualified for the CAREs Act
The Student Safety Net may be able to help with food gift card
Please contact Student Central if you need help with applying for The Safety Net Grant.
Workshops and Information Sessions
Join us for virtual workshops and information sessions to learn more about financial resources available on campus!