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Student Success Programs

TRiO

Serving low-income, first generation and disabled students, this program provides one-on-one academic counseling and advice tailored to the student’s needs.  TRiO provides trips to four-year colleges, transfer assistance, a dedicated TRiO Study Lab with access to tutors, computers and printing/copying services, help with filing of FAFSA, and financial literacy.  There is a Summer Bridge program for incoming freshman.

Contact:  Audrey Egelston, Support Services, x8067

Courtney Wilson, Transfer Counselor/Advisor, x8071

QUEST

Quest is a TRiO program dedicated to only those students with disabilities.  The program will assist disabled students with accessing their accommodations and provide a specialized study area to meet their unique tutoring needs.   Quest provides academic advisement, case management, tutoring, financial literacy, transfer assistance, and a Summer Bridge component.

Contact:  Ryoko Sekiguchi, Learning Services Coordinator, x8166

CSTEP

CSTEP Serves minority (Hispanic, African American, Native American) students who are enrolled full-time in Computer Science, Electrical Technology, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Health Studies/Sciences, Nursing, or Radiologic Technology degree programs and those students planning to pursue licensing in law (lawyer), accounting (CPA) or social work (LMSW).  Existing students should have a minimum of a 2.00 GPA. Services to these students include: dedicated study lab with tutors and STEM resources, academic advisement, case management, tutoring, research and internship opportunities, professional development, transfer assistance, a Summer Bridge component for incoming freshmen, and “Day of Service” activities with elementary and secondary students which are designed to inspire young, minority, and low-income students to explore STEM careers.

Contact:  Lourdes Thebaud, Project Director, x8153

Michelle Moore, Academic Advisor/Counselor, x8157

HPOG

HPOG 2.0 serves NEW students to FM who are TANF eligible or have incomes at or below 200% of the poverty level and are interested in healthcare training. The degree programs HPOG assists with are: CNA/HHA training, Health Studies, Health Science, Human Services, RN, Rad Tech, and Liberal Arts General Studies if their goal is to enter the Nursing or Rad Tech programs. HPOG does not have a designated academic advisor, but has many resources available to students. These include: textbooks, academic supplies, mileage and childcare reimbursement, case management, tutoring, job placement assistance and a designated study space in C.N.A. lab. This program requires all applicants to go through “random assignment”—similar to a lottery. Some will be selected, others will not.

Contact:  Mary DelSavio, Project Director, x8940

Melissa Bynum, HPOG Counselor, x8938

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