This U.S. Department of Education sponsored TRIO program is dedicated to helping students persist in college until they earn their baccalaureate degree. 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.
How can you benefit?
To help students accomplish their personal and academic goals, Student Support Services offer offers personalized (one-on-one) academic, career and personal advising along with:
- A supportive learning environment
- A structured learning community called Project Success
- Extended time with instructors and tutors for designated math and English classes
- Study skills workshops, individual and group tutoring sessions
- Access to technology include staff assisted computer labs and laptop check out
- Cultural/educational events (including leadership conferences and volunteer experiences)
Are you eligible?
Yes, if you:
- are a new degree seeking students
- neither one of your parents completed a four-year degree
- meet the low-income guidelines
- have a documented disability
- are a U.S. citizen or national of the United States or meet residence requirement for federal student financial assistance
- have a demonstrated academic need as measured by high school GPA, ACT score, english/math placement
How do I apply?
Call (262) 595-2726 and make an appointment, or stop by Student Support Services, located in WYLL D173. Students complete an application and an interview with Student Support Services staff and are then selected based on eligibility. Spaces are limited. We can help you achieve your goals and dreams too. For more information, complete the SSS Information Request Form.