About TRiO - Student Support Services
TRiO - Student Support Services is a federally funded Project established at Colorado State University-Pueblo for the purpose of assisting students to achieve their post-secondary academic ambitions. Students are encouraged to complete their undergraduate studies, and whenever feasible, continue on to graduate school. The Student Support Services program is committed to making college a rewarding and successful experience for each student participant.
Benefits of Participation
Participants can receive two hours or more of tutoring per week throughout each semester of enrollment at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Contact with TRiO - Student Support Services professional staff is required at least two times per academic year. Students in the TRiO - Student Support Services program are more than twice as likely to remain in college than those students from similar backgrounds who did not participate in the program
TRiO - Student Support Services at Colorado State University-Pueblo purpose is to increase the retention and graduation rates of low-income, first generation students and students with disabilities. This is accomplished by providing supportive services such as: academic action planning, tutoring, and monitoring of student academic progress. Participants are eligible to utilize academic success seminars, mentoring, college success course, supplemental instruction for targeted courses, academic, financial and graduate school advisement.
TRiO - Student Support Services is funded through a TRiO Grant from the U.S. Department of Education. PR/Award Number P042A101156. For 2012-2013, $300,251.00 (100%) total funds.
If you are interested in TRiO - Student Support Services, please come by the office.
Colorado State University-Pueblo
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
TRiO - Student Support Services
Library & Academic Resource Center - 357
Pueblo, CO 81001-4901