Cabinetmaking and Architectural Woodworking - Costs & Funding
With comparatively low tuition costs and plenty of financial resources, your degree or certification in Cabinetmaking and Architectural Woodworking is right at your fingertips.
Tuition & Fees
The estimated costs for this program include:
- Photo ID Card (one–time fee)
- Student Activity Fee (per quarter)
- Transportation Management Fee (per quarter)
- Computer Lab Fee (per quarters)
- Universal Technology Fee (per quarter)
- Tools and Equipment $400 - $500 (one-time expense for first-quarter students)
A great value just got better for non-resident students! Seattle Central now offers an Out-of-State Tuition Waiver that significantly cuts tuition costs for qualifying students.
The Washington State Legislature sets tuition, which is subject to change. The Seattle Colleges District reserves the right to change any of its fees or charges without notice.
Students at Seattle Central College qualify for a number of federal grants and loans. Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Loan (FAFSA) today to learn more about what opportunities may be available to you. Learn more and apply for aid.
Workforce Services can provide additional funding for tuition, books, transportation and other fees to qualifying students enrolled in a career-focused program. Emergency financial assistance is also available. Find out more.
Students in Wood Technology programs may also qualify for exclusive scholarships, including:
- Antique and Classic Boat Society Scholarship
- Roger M. Walters Endowed Scholarship in Woodworking
- Mylo Charlston and Omar Brown Residential Construction Scholarship
These and other scholarships are available through the Seattle Central Foundation, and students can apply through the annual scholarship application that is due each spring. Learn more.
Want to explore other funding options including using Veterans' Benefits, scholarship opportunities and more? Learn more about ways to pay for college.