The Student Support Services (SSS) is designed to motivate and support eligible students in successful completion of a college degree by providing opportunities for academic development and increased understanding of college requirements.
The program provides a variety of academic and retention services that assist students in adjusting to the university environment, developing coping skills needed to succeed academically, creating an educational plan of study, applying to graduate school programs, and timely progression to graduation.
SSS services include:
- Academic advising and educational planning
- Tutoring services
- Peer mentoring
- Writing assistance (individual appointments and workshops)
- WPST (Writing Proficiency Screening Test) preparation
- Scholarship Awards (supplemental application and criteria required)
- Financial literacy and academic success workshops
- Student conferences (Graduate Forum, Teacher Conference)
- Computer lab and study lounge
- First-Year Experience course/Learning community
- Step 2 Success Program for new students
- Wellness Zone (health-related information and resources)
Program resources and services are supported by federal grant funding through the U.S. Department of Education Title IV, Part A (PR/Award: P042A150373)