Skip to main content

Student Support Services

Student Support Services

Student Support Services is a free program available to eligible students interested in achieving their goals of graduating or transferring. To be eligible, students must have a demonstrated need for academic support, be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and satisfy one of the following criteria: Be a first-generation college student (neither parent has a four-year college degree), meet income eligibility requirements, or have a documented disability.

Student Support Services is committed to the empowerment of its participants to achieve success through:

  • Accessible and effective services
  • Supportive and caring staff
  • Quality advising and teaching
  • Responsive counseling, and
  • Student advocacy


Services and Support

Academic advising and coaching

Personal counseling


Designated technology center with printing

Scholarship opportunities

Supplemental Grant Aid

Assistance with developing an Individual Academic Plan

Financial Aid application assistance

Financial Literacy

Transfer Support including College and University Campus Visits

Technology loan program

Career Planning & Professional Development

College Success & Life Skills Workshops

Community Service opportunities

Cultural Enrichment opportunities

Access to Reference materials

Community resources and referrals

All of the services are free for program participants.


Students wishing to participate in the Student Support Services program can complete this form to determine eligibility and have an intake interview. Faculty and staff can directly refer students by emailing with the student's name and ID number or by completing this form or calling the office at 339.4420. If you would like more information on our services, you can contact the Student Support Services office at 339.4420 or 800.447.4091, ext. 4420, or stop by the offices on the lower level of Oaks Hall.

For help with the accessibility of this website, please use this form.