Student Resources

Student Support Services offers a wealth of resources to students who are accepted into the program.

Services

Students who are accepted into Student Support Services can take advantage of the services listed below:

Links

TRiO Resources
National TRiO Website
MOKANNE - Regional Association of TRiO Programs

Financial Aid Resources
FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Student Financial Assistance
Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
Fastweb - Matching Students to Scholarships

TRiO Conferences and Event Information
Mid America Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel

Advising

Student Support Services provides individualized advising services to participating students within the SSS program. Advisors serve as secondary academic advisors to students with declared majors and primary academic advisors to students deciding on a major. Not only do SSS advisors provide academic and registration assistance for students, but they also provide customized success planning, financial aid and scholarship assistance, part-time job and career assistance, and serve as resources for graduate school exploration.

Advisors are available Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 5:00, by appointment and walk-in.

Computer Lab

The Student Support Services Computer Lab in the Memorial Student Affairs Building provides SSS students with access to 10 computers. Whether students need the Internet, word processing, or special presentation software like PowerPoint, the SSS lab allows students to work on classroom assignments and projects on campus.

The lab also houses four testing rooms designated for testing with accommodation for students with disabilities.

The computer lab is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The SSS lab is not open when the campus is closed (such as holidays, breaks, or snow days).

If you have any questions about the computer lab, please contact the lab at 308-865-8214.