TRiO Student Support Services
TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) strives to provide the academic support necessary to help students remain in school and reach graduation.
Eligible participants can receive support in the following areas:
- Academic Support (Tutor Requests for spring 2014 are accepted beginning Monday, January 27th.)
- Financial Literacy & Planning
- Graduate School & Career Preparation
- Personal Development
- TRiO SSS participants must have a need for academic support; they must be U. S. citizens and accepted for college enrollment.
- Participants must also meet one or more of the following criteria:
- must be a first generation college student, i.e. neither parent has a four-year college degree, and/or
- must fall within income limits set by the U. S. Department of Education and verified by the SSS Office, and/or
- must have a documented physical, emotional, and/or learning disability
TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) will work with you to achieve your academic and personal success. This collaboration entails TRiO SSS providing you with personalized assistance in academic support, financial literacy and planning, graduate school and career preparation and personal development.
It also entails your sincere and sustained effort and energy toward your success. As a TRiO SSS participant, you agree to
- meet with TRiO SSS staff members a minimum of five (5) times per academic year (to include academic pre-advising/advising, financial aid assistance, time management, study skills, workshops, etc.;
- be prepared for, attend and participate actively in your classes;
- be prepared for, attend and participate actively in tutoring sessions and/or staff appointments.
Students who miss 3 staff appointments or 3 tutoring appointments, or are otherwise unable to meet their responsibilities, will be removed from the Trio SSS roster and become ineligible to receive services.
Ready to apply?
Visit the Application Process page to get started.
Trio SSS staff members are here to help! Contact us with questions and concerns.