TRiO - Student Support Services
TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally-funded program created to provide services to eligible students. The NPC SSS program serves approximately 200 eligible students each semester. These services include advising in academic, personal, career, and financial literacy areas; transfer and transitional services for those students wishing to transfer to four-year institutions; tutoring in most subject areas; disability services; small group non-credit math instruction; cultural enrichment activities; and financial literacy workshops. For information about eligibility, contact Student Support Services.
How to apply:
To start the application process for the TRiO SSS program, click on the link below to fill out a brief questionnaire, or pick up an application on the second floor of the Campus Center. Ask for a TRiO Student Support Services staff member!
New participants are admitted at the beginning of each fall semester.Questions about the program? Click on the Questions about TRiO SSS? link located in the left navigation screen of this page, or contact Student Support Services Director, John Tucker, by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 501-760-4229.
Congratulations to 2015 TRiO Hall of Fame student, Devon Russell!
The TRiO Student Support Services staff would like to congratulate 2015 TRiO Hall of Fame Student, Devon Russell. Each year, TRiO programs across the region select one student who embodies the spirit of TRiO to represent their program. This student is honored in a TRiO Hall of Fame Booklet that is hand-delivered by TRiO staff members to the Arkansas congressional delegation in Washington DC. The booklet contains valuable information about the program, as well as a photo and biography of selected students. The purpose is to show the delegation the impact that the program has on our students and how they continue to overcome barriers to success.
Devon is a sophomore student at NPC who will graduate this summer with her Associate of Arts degree. She has applied for the Bachelor of Social Work Program at University of Arkansas at Little Rock and, if accepted, will begin the program in fall 2015.
Devon is an excellent student who is making an impact at her college, on the future workforce of Arkansas, and in her community.