Complete the Information Request Form to receive information about the upcoming 2012 Summer Bridge or 2012 Fall Learning Community for new incoming students who plan to attend UW-Parkside.
Student Support Services is a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education dedicated to helping students persist in college until they earn their baccalaureate degree. This program is recognized nationwide as one of five TRIO programs. The Student Support Services program is open to all eligible students regardless of race, color, sex, creed, age, ancestry, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, marital status, arrest, or conviction record.
Project Success is a first-year structured learning community experience (LC) working to engage a cohort of students in areas of academic, career, and personal support as they work with a team of students, instructors, peer coaches, and advisors. The Project Success key features include: assessment of students’ strengths and areas for growth; academic support specifically geared toward the foundation developmental skill courses in reading and writing; and a full-year of integrating seminars for college success, life skills, and career development.
A New Semester!
Welcome to the Spring 2014 semester! We hope you have had a great winter break and are re-energized to continue your journey for this upcoming semester. Don't forget to stop by the SSS Office in Wyll D173 to schedule an appointment with your Advisor and to pick up a Good Standing certificate!
Courses with a designated SSS section and Extended Time
This semester we are happy to announce that we are offering two courses which have a designated section exclusive to SSS students.
Math 111- College Algebra section 091 is being offered again this spring. If you would like to add this course to your class schedule, please contact your SSS advisor to receive a the necessary permission number to add this course through SOLAR.
ACSK 192- Introduction to the Career Planning Process section 001 is being offered to our first-year students. If you would like to add this course to your class schedule, please contact your SSS advisor to receive a the necessary permission number to add this course through SOLAR.