Am I Eligible for the SAS/TRiO Program?
To qualify for this program you must meet one or more of the following criteria:
Low income (check with us if you are not sure about this or follow this link to the federal guidelines for low income levels).
First generation college student (neither of your parents, or the person who raised you, has a four year bachelor's degree).
Documented disability (physical, learning, or psychological/emotional).
You must have some type of academic need. This criteria is broadly defined, and may include low GPA, low entrance or placement test scores, a need for assistance in completing college level math course, and/or being a transfer student or nontraditional student.
Here are a list of additional student support services for SOU students:
Advising: If you have a major advisor please contact them to receive academic advising. For students not yet assigned a major advisor please contact your USEM or HOUSE advisor.
Academic Assistance- Math, Science, and Writing: In the Hannon Library on the first level, please refer the Learning Commons or visit their website, Learning Commons website, to view their tutoring times.
For Foreign language assistance: The language lab is located in Central Hall, Room 270. For all other tutoring please talk with your instructor for options.
University Coaching and Academic Mentoring (U-CAM): You may visit the UCAM website or call their office, phone: 541-552-6213 (option 2)
Graduate Program Preparation: McNair Program- Limited entry program- Phone: 541-552-8310 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Information and Applications- Enrollment Services Churchill Building: You may visit the Financial Aid Website or call their office phone: 541-552-6600
Personal Issues-Student Health and Wellness Center: You may visit the Student Health and Wellness Center website or call their office phone: 541-552-6136