COVID-19 and SSS: Updates
Due to health and safety measures instituted in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, staff in Division of Student Affairs are working remotely.
We are checking individual and program area emails regularly, and we encourage you to reach out to us there. The Division of Student Affairs will maintain all essential functions, and continue to serve as a resource for students by providing student success services and resources from a distance. All updates can be found on the COVID-19 Information and Updates web page.
The SSS Food Pantry (located in L & L D 160) will be open by appointment only. Please reach out by email if you are in need of groceries or meal swipes.
Student Support Services (SSS) serves first-generation college students (students who do not have a parent who has graduated from a four-year university or college), students who have a documented disability, and students whose family income falls within U.S. Department of Education guidelines.
SSS is committed to student success and provides comprehensive academic support and professional mentoring with the goal of increasing retention and graduation rates. SSS believes that all students, regardless of age, family background, learning style, or presence of a disability, should have equal opportunity to reach their full personal, academic, and career potential.