It’s nice to know you’re not alone. These are some of students’ most common concerns that we can help with. Career development and decision-making Academic and educational planning Adjustment to college Stress and time management Study and test-taking skills Anxiety Improving relationships Child and family issues Domestic violence Conflict resolution Depression Cultural/intercultural issues Alcohol and […]
SSS provides a personal college “safety net” from the time you enroll in the program through graduation. The program can help you build on your strengths and address your areas of concern. By becoming a participant, you will gain access to services and opportunities not available to other students on campus. Our goal is to […]
SSS tends to have expectations rather than requirements. It is expected that you will be committed to earning your degree and that you will take advantage of SSS services that meet your academic needs. The SSS staff will make recommendations for you that we expect you to carefully consider. There are criteria and requirements in […]
Yes! SSS makes the transition smoother by offering one-on-one academic and career advising as well as workshops on managing your time efficiently, getting along with instructors, financing your education, planning your four-year degree and beyond, and many other topics. Our goal is to help you learn the skills to be a successful student.
The program offers many social and educational events each semester. In the past, these have included trips to music concerts, area plays, museums, college campus visits and cultural trips to Chicago. The SSS program also provide opportunities to attend a variety of campus activities that participants can attend together.
This is up to you – it can take as little as one hour each quarter or several hours each week. You decide which services to utilize. You should be committed to meeting with your TRiO advisor on a regular basis, and taking advantage of the available resources.
What are some examples of accommodations that are not made or arranged by the Disability Services Office?
The ADA does not require colleges to provide personal assistants, individual personal tutors, or personal assistive technology. Accommodations are not made which would reduce academic expectations, alter the curriculum or which would eliminate essential components of any course.
These rights would include: Equal access to the educational, services and programs Reasonable and effective accommodations according to the student’s disability Confidentiality Respectful and fair treatment
Contact the Disability Services Office Submit current and appropriate documentation of disability which determines eligibility and supports request for accommodations. Meet with Disability Services staff to develop accommodations plan. • Meet with the DS Staff and sign the , each semester. Students are encouraged to deliver their Accommodation Forms during the first week of the […]