Academic Advising & Class Schedule Planning
Students will receive a degree plan for their chosen major/minor and assistance in choosing the appropriate courses to complete their degree.
In order to assist you with greater success, your advisor will also collect your midterm grades from your professors to discuss with you. If you have any questions or concerns contact your advisor to set up an appointment or visit the SSS center.
Active SSS students are given the opportunity to participate/attend cultural/social events in the SA area free of cost. SSS students have participated in events like musicals, concerts, and plays.
Tutoring is provided free of charge to all SSS program participants regardless of class standing. Students may see a tutor on a walk-in basis or may schedule an appointment by contact the TRiO office at ext. 2590.
Workshops on Student Survival Skills
A variety of workshops are offered each semester on topics including: note-taking, improving test-taking skills, and adjusting to college life.
Career Counseling and Exploration
Receive assistance on choosing a major, uncovering your interests and abilities, and learning what you can do with your degree once you finish college.
Scholarship, Grant, and Internship Assistance
Obtain help in locating opportunities that will help fund your college education.
Computer Lab and Study Area
A small computer lab and study area is available for student use. Work on class assignments in a quiet and welcoming workspace. A scanner, printer, and typewriter are also available for your academic use.
Graduate School Campus Visits
Students interested a graduate degree have the opportunity to visit various graduate school campuses.
The SSS Office has a Textbook Library that active SSS participants can borrow from while they are in the SSS Office or Tutoring Center to assist them in their academic needs. SSS students are NO LONGER allowed to checkout these textbooks for the the semester as they have in the past. SSS apologizes for any inconvenience or confusion.