ANNUAL RECOGNITION CEREMONY
In the Spring, graduating/transfering/certificated SSS students and their families are honored at a ceremony preceding College commencement. Students are recognized for their completion of program study.
SSS Students may utilize The SSS Lab and study area. Limited amounts of free printing and copies are available at the SSS Center.
EDUCATIONAL & PERSONAL COUNSELING
Students work with counselors to develop an educational plan, which includes both short-range academic goals and long-range graduation planning. Counselors assist students in exploring majors, academic success strategies, and personal matters, which impact their academic performance.
GRADUATE SCHOOL MOTIVATION & PREPARATION
Students are encouraged to pursue graduate and professional school opportunities through participation in graduate school fairs and workshops addressing graduate school preparation strategies. Counselors provide students with assistance in writing personal statements and letters of recommendation.
ACADEMIC MONITORING AND COUNSELING
Students who are having academic or other difficulties meet with a counselor to identify appropriate interventions to increase their likelihood of success in the course(s) of concern.
A diverse range of workshops provides students with opportunities for academic and personal development. Topics, which vary each semester in response to student requests, have included time management, library research strategies, making campus connections, managing stress, and diversity awareness.
CALCULATORS LOAN PROGRAM
Pencil, Scantron, Note Cards, Pens
Student Support Services Program is a Title IV Federally Funded Program Committed to generate
the skills and the motivation necessary to succeed in college.
When you work with the Student Support Services Team. You will find our philosophy of Education, Leadership, and Excellence in Action.
Benefits of the Program include: