Student Support Services (TRIO)
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- 0300 Carlson Library
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To be a
participant in the Student Support Services (TRiO) program you must first be accepted.
The application process is on-going beginning August 1st
until we have 160 students. You need to pick up an application in the TRiO office
(CL0300), complete one on-line or request that one be mailed to
you. After submitting an application you will be scheduled for an Intake Interview.
Within a week of that interview you will be notified if you
have been accepted.
After you have been accepted into the program you will just need to reactivate your file the beginning of every fall semester in order to use the services for the new academic school year.
What are the requirements to become eligible for TRiO?
To qualify for Student Support Services Program services, you must meet certain criteria. Applicants should review the criteria and use our on-line form to determine eligibility for TRiO.
Where and how do I apply?
Download a copy of the TRiO application and mail or drop it off at the TRiO office at 0300 Carlson Library, Mail Stop 523, Toledo, Ohio 43606. Include a copy of the following with your application:
- A copy of your current financial aid award letter
- A copy of your 1040 tax form from last year
- A copy of your plan of study (from your advisor)
- Proof of residency requirement if you are not a US citizen
- If naturalized, furnish a copy of citizenship certificate
- If a permanent resident, furnish a copy of alien registration card
- If applicable, a copy of certification of disability (verification through Office of Accessibility or private physician)
What happens after I apply?
- Once you complete your application you should schedule an interview with a member of the TRiO SSS staff.
- If the information you provide confirms your eligibility you will be sent a letter informing you that you have been fully accepted into the TRiO SSS program.
What will the TRO SSS program do for me?
- Throughout the country over 15,000 students are involved in TRiO SSS programs at 800 college campuses. Of the students attending UT you have an opportunity to be one of 160 students selected for our program.
- Our experienced staff will guide you one-to-one through the collegiate process until your graduation day.
- You will be given the resources you need to successfully compete in an academic environment, including tutoring, peer mentoring, and leadership training.
- Our services are targeted to your individual needs. We are a program of students with varying talents, skills and abilities.
- Our services are comprehensive. Services range from skills-based instruction and tutoring to mentoring/leadership skills and graduation guidance.
- Our program offers to you the ability to manage your interests to acquire additional opportunities and to take advantage of resources which meet your career goals.
There are no fees for our services.
Why does TRIO Student Support Services ask for personal information?
TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) respects your privacy. The project only collects, stores and uses your personal information for defined purposes set by the Department of Education. The information is used to support and enhance your individual services, to provide services and support, and share UT resources and announcements with you. The information is encrypted and maintained on the UT intranet. SSS shares personal data with the information with the Department of Education in the form of an annual report. At any time you may contact SSS with any privacy questions or concerns.
The information required for the SSS Annual Report includes personally identifiable information such as social security numbers (SSN), name, date of birth, as well as information on each individual's eligibility for services and the student's academic progress.
SSS only uses your personal information for purposes related to Federal Regulations and University of Toledo policies.
In accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974 (Public Law No. 93-579, 5 U.S.C. 552a), the Department of Education is authorized to collect information to implement the Student Support services program under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (Pub. Law 102-325, Sec. 402D). In accordance with the authority, the Department receives and maintains personal information on participants in the Student Support Services program. The principle purpose for collecting this information is to administer the program, including tracking and evaluating participant progress.