Student Support Services (SSS) at CBC is committed to providing intensive services to its participants that revolve around academic advising, math and science tutoring, exposure to cultural events, and transfer planning. Services offered are not an end, but a vehicle leading to graduation and transfer. All services provided to SSS participants are incorporated into program objectives that meet student retention and graduation/transfer goals. SSS is dedicated to assisting and moving our participants beyond the CBC environment after graduation. SSS students are excellent representatives of what concerted and intensive services can produce.
Why enroll in SSS?
SSS students throughout the country have a high retention rate, meaning that they are more likely to complete their academic programs. Many students find that the extra support they receive through SSS helps them become more successful in achieving their academic goals. The extra support includes the following:
Advice related to class scheduling and/or academic planning to complete your educational program.
Assistance with transfer planning to the university of your choice or help identifying your transfer university.
Assistance with personal concerns which may keep you from reaching your educational goals.
Financial Aid Information/Literacy
Help in developing and monitoring your financial aid academic plan. Discuss financial resources and services.
Guidance in identifying your potential interests and establishing your career goals.
Tutoring in Math and Science
Services and referral for tutoring in math and science.
Coordination and support in identifying resources for those with disabilities.
College tours and workshops to explore four-year universities.
SSS Eligibility Criteria
To receive SSS services, you must be or have:
To apply for Student Support Services come by and pick up an application in the SSS office located in the Lee R. Thornton Center for Science, Diversity and Technology, room TD414. Once accepted, you will work with your SSS advisor to develop an Education Action Plan to ensure that your academic and personal concerns are addressed.
For information about TRiO programs throughout the country: Council for Opportunity in Education (COE). This information is available in alternative media.
Student Support Services at CBC is funded 100 percent by the U.S. Department of Education (Award Number P042A100385).
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