TRIO/Student Support Services
Students selected to participate in the TRIO-Student Support Services (SSS) program receive individualized assistance from professional, caring staff members to help navigate through the college experience. We’ll support you until your graduation and assist you into a career. Our services are offered FREE of charge.
Our program is funded by a federal TRIO Grant of $253,000 annually for the 2020-2025 program years. The goal of SSS is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of its participants. For more information about the federal program, visit the U.S. Department of Education.
“TRIO has helped me realize my potential and let me know that I can fulfil my dreams. I am a first-gen college student, and I would never have done as well as I am in college without TRIO.” ~ Meridith
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
- First-generation students (neither parent/guardian earned a bachelor’s degree)
- Income-eligible students (according to federal income guidelines)
- Differently-abled students (with appropriate documentation)
“I have greatly appreciated having people to talk to when I get concerned about my financial status, academic standing, and future career. TRIO helps me stay motivated and ambitious towards my goals, and I cannot think of a better group of people for such support.” ~ Philomena
Still not sure if you should apply?
HOW CAN I APPLY?
To apply, please complete all four sides of the 2020-2021 Application Packet and return them to our office (Administration Building, Rooms 206-207) or take pictures of each page and send them to us at the email below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Please contact TRIO to request printed copies of any documents listed on this page.
For more information, contact us at 920.923.8632 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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