The TRIO/Student Support Services programs at Texas State University are 100 percent federally funded, Student Support Services (SSS) at $300,000 annually and Student Support Services STEM (SSS STEM) at $232,265 annually. Student Support Services is a program under the
Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion
which itself is a member of the
Division of Student Affairs
. Participants benefit from activities designed to improve academic performance and enhance the college experience, ultimately leading up to graduation. Our goals are:
SSS is FREE and assists eligible first-generation college students, low-income students, and students with disabilities from all racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Student Support Services at Texas State University encourages and assists traditionally underrepresented students (first-generation college students, students who meet low income guidelines, and students with disabilities) in the completion of a post-secondary education by providing academic support (tutoring, study skills, workshops, coaching), assisting them with short-term decision making and long term planning, connecting them to resources and facilitating their ability to become effective agents of their own learning and personal development.
SSS will be a model program, nationally recognized for best practices and strategies in promoting retention and graduation of its participants.
Allies of Texas State
Student Support Services staff have completed training to be better support the LGBTQIA+ community.
Veteran Friendly Office
Student Support Services have completed training to better understand issues facing veterans as well as to provide assistance to our student veterans. Learn more about the Office of Veterans Affairs.