How to Qualify
To qualify for Student Support Services student must show academic need, must be either first generation (neither parent holds a bachelor’s degree), meet federal income-guidelines, or have a documented learning or physical disability.
Student Support Services provides one-on-one tutoring, career exploration, academic advisement, transfer information to post-secondary institutions, financial literacy, and financial aid counseling. All services are free to qualifying participants.
The Student Support Services office is located in the southeast area of the Robert Burnett Memorial Student Union. Office hours are 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.