TRIO Student Support Services at Central Arizona College seeks to empower students to persist, graduate, and transfer to university while overcoming class, social, and cultural barriers to higher education.
TRIO students receive services such as personalized and individual advising, faculty and peer mentors, cultural excursions, TRIO exclusive math, reading, and writing tutoring, and much more.
Students are eligible for TRIO Student Support Services if they meet at least ONE of the following qualifications:
First-Generation College Student – Neither parent (or guardian) completed a four-year college degree before your 18th birthday.
Low-Income – You qualify under federal financial guidelines.
The Peer Mentor program is an opportunity for second-year students to provide support to students that participate in Summer Bridge. Mentors receive extensive training, a generous stipend, and share their invaluable expertise with first-semester students. Mentors are selected through an application, interview, and recommendation process.
To apply for a position you must:
Be a United States citizen or eligible for Federal financial aid:
TRIO Student Support Services at Central Arizona College has put together a list of resources for students to turn to when they need academic assistance immediately. These resources are not a substitute for actual tutoring, but might help when you need assistance on a particular topic or are struggling with math problems. The links do not work on the page but you may type them into a search engine to gain access.
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