Student Support Services FAQ
What is Student Support Services (SSS)?
We are a federally funded TRiO program provided to WSSU students in order to assist eligible students in completing a bachelor degree as well as transitioning into graduate school. We are funded to serve 160 students each academic year.
What Does SSS Provide for Students?
Computer Lab, Counseling, Cultural Events, Graduate School Counseling, Grant Aid Awards, Individualized Attention, Resource Center, Ronald McNair Program Information, Tutoring, and Workshops (study skills, financial literacy, stress management, time management, etc). All services are free.
Who Is SSS?
SSS consists of four full-time staff members and several part-time tutors. Full-time staff includes a Program Director, Counselor, Tutor Coordinator, and a Program Assistant.
Am I Eligible to Participate in the SSS Program?
You must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment at WSSU and be a Pell Grant recipient, have a documented disability, and/or be a first generation college student (which means one or both of your parents do not have a bachelor degree).
How Do I Apply?
Fill out an application and return it to our offices in the Student Success Center at Hill Hall, 1st floor. Applications can be found on this website, by requesting one via telephone at 336-750-2365, or by stopping in to see us.
Where is SSS?
SSS can be found in the Student Success Center at Hill Hall, 1st floor. Our main office line is (336) 750-2365 and the director can be contacted at (336) 750-2369.