What is Student Support Services?
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program whose main goal is to retain and graduate qualifying students by providing academic advisement, personal support and enrichment activities.
Who can apply?
SSS serves first-generation college students and/or low-income or disabled students who exhibit some type of academic need. This need may be for graduate school information, assistance with the financial aid process, or the request for academic services, such as free tutoring.
$700 Scholarship Awarded to New Applicants
- First-generation college student (neither parent or guardian received a 4-year bachelor’s degree)
- Pell grant-eligible
- First or second-year college students (under 60 credit hours)
- Good academic standing
- Complete and submit the SSS application by February 12, 2021