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Call our office at 419.530.3849
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Lunch and Learn Workshops
A series of informal 50 to 55 minute workshops developed to help student improve their study skills, familiarize themselves with campus resources, and develop effective social and economic skills. Both small group and one-to-one workshops are available. More...
Student Support Services develops a quarterly newsletter to provide updates to students!
We are excited to host a Student Leadership Conference. Unlike other student leadership
conference, ours targets proven leaders and presenters that introduce tough and interactive
The conference planning committee is developing a student focused. informative, educational, and fun-filled weekend, designed to provide all participants with the techniques that will aid in assist them in seeking their goals.
Students in SSS are eligible for tutoring. Students can work with one tutor in a subject area throughout the entire semester meeting the tutor at regularly scheduled times on a weekly basis.
Tutors are available for when you want to schedule only one appointment with a tutor because you need help understanding a particular concept or completing a specific assignment.
Walk-In Tutoring is also available for SSS students. SSS tutors will schedule blocks of time for walk-in tutoring. Tutor schedules will be posted in the SSS Office and on the website, so check these schedules for when walk-in times are available. .
SSS advisors will monitor the academic progress of all participants. They will also provide intrusive advisement to help students successfully persist in their programs of study.
Each fall and spring semester, Progress Reports are sent out on behalf of all SSS participants. Faculty note a student’s attendance, test scores and current grade in the course and can make additional comments for success. Students with less than a “C” in any course are advised to meet with their Advisor to discuss a plan for improvement.
An individualized Academic Plan is developed with each new project participant during the first month of fall semester. As a contract between the participant and the SSS Advisor, this plan identifies specific academic/support needs and spells out strategies for addressing these needs.
Project participants receive ongoing academic support in time management, study skills development, note taking skills, problem solving skills, and conflict management. Students are guided in developing plans for addressing academic weakness and receive recognition for academic successes.
SSS serve as Advisors for all participants throughout tenure at UT. SSS Specialists have the advantage of knowing the individual needs of their students and can assist them in preparing their class schedules based on these needs. The SSS Specialist also provides ongoing major and career guidance and recommendations for graduate school and employment.
SSS provides confidential personal support, crisis intervention, and information and referral services. Students are guided to leadership opportunities on campus and are supported in leadership development.
SSS utilizes an email distribution, popular social networks and MYUT for sending information, opportunities, announcements to all participants and staff.
The Student Support Services (SSS) Grant Aid
The TRiO SSS project now has funds to provide a grant to students. Eligibility for the SSS grant is based on involvement, Pell Grant eligibility, financial need, and class standing.
- In order to be considered for the Grant Aid, the following student information will be reviewed and weighted by the selection committee:
- Pell Grant award recipient
- Active TRiO participation
- Enrollment hours
- Class level
- Meet the Federal standards for academic progress (as published in the policy manual for UT)
- Financial need
- Academic Standing