What do we offer?
The following services are free of charge to active SSS students.
Course-specific instruction provided by peer and graduate student tutors who have training and expertise in math, science and business courses.
One-on-one support to identify and overcome obstacles that prevent success in the academic journey.
Paper editing, planning, and accountability. Support with resumes, cover letters and personal statements for career and graduate school as well.
Mapping successful progress toward a degree while staying on track with university advisor plans.
First-Year Transition Program
Assistance with academic, social, and cultural transition to college. Services aimed to help develop a sense of belonging as well as supporting academic and personal growth.
The Sophomore Slump Program
Services tailored to meet a whole new set of sophomore stressors after freshman year. Support to help build skills and address interests that exceed those of freshman year.
Identifying and examining your strengths and limitations in order to create a manageable schedule of classes while answering logistical questions.
Access to sensitive and caring SSS staff who strives to understand and support goals, aspirations, and challenges-both academic and non-academic.
Focused on helping chart a career path with meaningful internship opportunities and career-driven goals.
Collecting Pre-Midterm and Midterm reports that will provide staff with information in time to help you take action and improve your course grades.
Graduate/Professional School Coaching
Assistance with the graduate school process - choosing a school, understanding programs, financing an education, and more!
Financial Support and Education
Additional financial aid information and TRIO scholarships specifically for SSS students.
Academic and Networking Events
Faculty and staff meet and greet events, workshops on study skills, time management, personal development, and other topics of interest. SSS students are honored at our Graduation Reception during December and May of each year.
Black Male Programming
Provides services to support the inclusion and academic success of black males.
Specifically reserved for only SSS students to work on SSS computers, print coursework and make copies.
A quiet place to study and learn from other students.
Connections to useful resources on various topics from course-specific study techniques, healthy lifestyles, careers, and financial management.