Student Support Services is a Title IV TRIO Project funded by the United States Department of Education. SSS offers a variety of services designed to help students enter and graduate from college. Services are FREE to qualified students.
Student Support Events:
Transfer Trips College Fairs Transfer College Fairs Calculator Workshops Financial Literacy Workshops
Who is Eligible?
Students are eligible to apply for SSS if they are: First-generation college student and/or Eligible for financial assistance and/or Physically handicapped and/or Demonstrate an academic need for services
Student Support Services Can Help You:
Improve study skills Please Download Our Brochure Meet new students Get to know faculty Survive in college Successfully transfer to a four-year institution Prepare resumes and letters to obtain employment Make career decisions
What Services are Available?
Computer Lab Up-to-date networked computers with access to the internet Software available in academic areas of study Lab Coordinator available to instruct and assist
Tutoring Peer tutors who are recommended by academic advisors and instructors Professional tutors in math, English, social studies, business, computer science, and others
Other Services Handouts and notes from various academic classes for use in SSS facilities Variety of study skills, personality, and learning style assessment tools A computerized scholarship search program
Transfer Counseling and Assistance Group and individual visits to other College campuses Aid for completing all forms necessary for transfer to four-year institutions Appointments with advisors, financial aid counselor, and or other offices at transferring institutions
How Do I Apply?
To apply, download and application! Simply fill it out and see Theresa in the Johnson Learning Commons or the Waldron RMCC Office.
For more information contact:
Lisa Rackley SSS Program Coordinator (479) 394-7622, Ext. 1624 Johnson Learning Commons
Theresa Davis SSS Secretary/Tutor Coordinator (479) 394-7622 Ext. 1621 Johnson Learning Commons