Benefits Hub: Everyday Financial Tools


While on-site Benefits Hub locations are no longer open due to COVID-19 school closures, Benefits Hub services are now available over the phone for students to connect quickly and easily to resources.

Schedule a phone appointment today with a United Way Benefits Hub coach to get connected to housing, food, and financial resources. If you require assistance to make an appointment or have questions about Benefits Hub services, please email us at or call (253) 254-5261.

Resource Updates

Due to campus closures or classes going online, food pantries may be affected. Students can find a nearby food bank for assistance getting groceries, or schedule an appointment with a Benefits Hub coach for assistance enrolling in food assistance programs. You may also qualify for SNAP benefits! Click here to find out. Alternatively, you can use this online application guide.

Still Need Tax Help? Learn more and get connected to new online filing options at

For additional resource needs visit United Way of King County’s COVID-19 resource page.


Are you balancing a combination of school, work, or life?

Are you working as hard as you can, but still having a hard time keeping up with bills and the rising cost of living? United Way’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 importaant income supports to mitigate whatever crisis you’re facing today. Let’s tackle it one step at a time so that you can focus on your other priorities.

Once you’ve achieved stability, we’ll help you “get ahead” by creating and building savings. And finally we’ll make sure you “stay ahead” by talking through ways to improve your credit score and building a plan with you to continue to build assets and ultimately reach your financial goals.

Read more about this program here.

Shoreline College

Student Life (PUB 9203)

(206) 601-3605
16101 Greenwood Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133

Additional Campus Resources

South Seattle College

Worksource Career Center (RSB 79)

(206) 604-9420
6000 16th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106

Additional Campus Resources

Bellevue College

Workforce Education Office (B-131)

(206) 604-9724
3000 Landerholm Circle SE
Bellevue WA 98007

Additional Campus Resources

North Seattle College

Equity and Welcome Center (CC 1151)

(206) 604-9357
9600 College Way N
Seattle, WA 98103

Additional Campus Resources

Green River College

Career & Advising Office (SA 104)

(206) 604-6541
12401 SE 320th St
Auburn WA 98192

Additional Campus Resources

Cascadia College & University of Washington Bothell

Health & Wellness Resource Center (ARC-120)

(206) 604-8536
18345 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011

Additional Campus Resources

Highline College

Highline Support Center (Building 1)

(206) 604-3913
2400 S 240th St
Des Moines, WA 98198

Additional Campus Resources

Renton Technical College

Learning Resource and Career Center

(206) 499-3927
3000 NE 4th St., Renton WA 98506

Resources for Staff and Faculty

Resources Provided at These Sites Will Include

  • Money for groceries
  • Utility bill assistance
  • Paying for the bus
  • Free tax preparation
  • Financial coaching
  • Understanding your credit report
  • Creating a savings account
  • Food pantries and open financial aid labs on select campuses

For more information about financial coaching appointments, drop-in hours, and workshop schedules, please email

Your current reality doesn’t have to be your long-term one. United Way is here to help you reach your stable future.

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