Student Support Services
The Student Support Services Program is a fully federally funded program designed to give students extra assistance throughout their academic career. The goal of the program is to help a greater number of participants graduate and/or continue on for a baccalaureate degree. The Student Support Services Offices is on the 2nd Floor, Batavia Campus, Room D208.
Services Offered to Participants:
- Academic - including: tutoring, help developing better study skills and learning strategies, supplemental workshops, help with course selection, and more.
- Financial - including: program scholarships, assistance finding other campus and outside scholarships, help with aid applications and understanding available aid, help understanding your finances and budgeting assistance.
- Transfer - including: visits to 4-year campuses, assistance in completing applications, and help finding aid at the four-year institution.
- Other - including: help in choosing a career program, access to academic equipment and media, and the ability to participate in no-cost cultural activities.
Students must apply and be accepted to the Student Support Services Program before using program services. The program accepts 250 students each year. Contact program staff for an application and/or more information about qualifying for the program.
Mary Alice Torba
Director for Student Support Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
Support Specialist, email@example.com
Support Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Ann Marley
Academic Learning Assistant, email@example.com
Michael Hughson Jr.
Academic Learning Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org
Clerk Typist, email@example.com
Clerk Typist, firstname.lastname@example.org