Current Portland State TRIO - 学生 支持 Services students: Need to contact or schedule a virtual meeting with your advisor? 去 员工档案. In-person appointments will be limited because of Covid-19 social distancing restrictions.
三重奏学生支援服务 (SSS) is a college retention and graduation program for 本科生, which helps them develop the academic skills and personal development necessary to successfully pursue and complete their first Bachelor's degree. We currently have two TRIO - SSS programs - "Classic" and "STEM" (for those in S科学, T工艺参数, E恢复工程, Math majors, including Public Health Studies). 学生s accepted into 三重奏学生支援服务 will be a part of the program until they graduate from Portland State.
资格, a student must be an undergraduate who is income eligible, a first generation college student (neither parent or guardian has a bachelor’s degree) and/or have a documented disability. In addition, a student must also demonstrate academic need. We only have limited spaces each academic year, so please turn in your completed application as soon as possible.
三重奏学生支援服务 assists students to
- Strengthen academic skills necessary for college level course work through classes and workshops
- Connect with cultural and social enrichment activities to find a sense of community
- Improve and maintain the grade point average necessary to achieve academic goals
三重奏学生支援服务 can provide you the following services
- Priority class registration for the following term
- Graduate and professional school counseling
- Financial Literacy such as loan forgiveness, financial aid application and managing personal budgets
- Access to our student lounge and quiet study areas
- For credit classes to students at no charge such as a college writing class and from transition programs of Summer Bridge (incoming freshmen) and Transfer Bridge (incoming transfer students)
- Make appropriate referrals to campus and community resources
Our nation has asserted a commitment to providing educational opportunity for all Americans regardless of race, and ethnic background or economic circumstance. 支持这一承诺, Congress established a series of programs to help low-income Americans enter college, graduate and move on to participate more fully in America's economic and social life. These programs are funded under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and are referred to as the TRiO Programs (initially just 3 programs). While student financial aid programs help students overcome financial barriers to higher education, TRiO programs help students overcome class, social and cultural barriers to higher education.
The mission of TRIO programs is to expand educational opportunity to persons often underrepresented in higher education, increase the retention and graduation rates of eligible low income, first generation and disabled 本科生 and to foster an institutional climate supportive of the success for those students through comprehensive services and advocacy.
学生 of the Month: 加布里埃拉·伊拉赫塔·罗梅罗
My name is 加布里埃拉·伊拉赫塔·罗梅罗 and 我是一个 first-generation college student. I’m a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Advertising and certificates in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. I was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. I came to Portland State straight out of high school in Fall 2020, participated in the 三重奏学生支援服务 Summer Bridge program, and have been a part of the program since then. Being a first-generation student has led me to be inspired to pursue my education and has also challenged me to advocate for myself, which the program has allowed me to do. My growth and understanding of my education are thanks to 三重奏学生支援服务, as they still help me navigate through my education and career goals. Additionally, I am President and Service Officer for a multicultural sorority on campus called KDChi. 我也在商学院工作. I enjoy hanging out with my friends and designing digital art, and anything that lets my creative side flow.
TRIO - 学生 支持 Services (SSS) programs, "Classic' & "STEM" at Portland State University are 100% US Department of Education funded. "Classic" receives $426,814 and "STEM" receives $261,888 for a total of $688,702 annually. Our goals are to increase the retention, graduation, and good academic standing of eligible students.