Student Support Services is a federally funded TRIO program designed to help first-generation, low income, and disabled students find success in college. Students benefit from academic support, progress monitoring, success workshops and academic, transfer, and career advising. SSS has developed and implemented services that increase student college retention and graduation rates.
SSS STEM is a federally funded TRIO program that supports students majoring in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and health science. Services include all services listed above as well as workshops involving technology innovations, scientific and health research, and biotechnology.
SSS Teacher Prep is a federally funded TRIO program organized for students pursuing a teaching degree for kindergarden through 12th grade education. This program provides services listed above as well as test preparation to meet the teacher certification exams.
McNair Scholars Program is a federal TRIO program. The program prepares low income, first generation and underrepresented undergraduate students to pursue their doctoral degree through research and other services provided by the program. McNair has developed and implemented services that increase student college retention and graduation rates.
The STEM Outreach, Access, and Retention (SOAR) Program is a federally funded Title V grant program. SOAR focuses on assisting students from high schools, community colleges, and TAMUCC succeed in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics field of study. SOAR has developed and implemented services that increase student college retention and graduation rates.
Project GRAD, funded by the Department of Education Title V program, is geared towards providing services and programs needed to keep the educational pipeline open to Hispanic, first-generation, low-income, and traditionally underrepresented students.
The GO Center Program, funded by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, is dedicated to creating a college-going culture among high school students and providing the financial support needed to be successful in post-secondary education. The GO Centers serve as a point of coordination for college knowledge between students, parents, counselors, and Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi.