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|Judith Chapar, Director of TRiO Programs
|Jodi Dahlke, Academic Advisor
|Nicole Walker, Academic Advisor
|Margaret Stewart, Program Assistant
The TRiO Student Support Services program provides academic and personal support to students with limited income, disabilities, or who are the first in their families to attend college.
Ensuring your College Success!
- individualized tutoring
- peer mentoring
- study skills workshops
- social groups
- cultural activities and events
If you qualify, we review your program of study regularly, guide you toward a timely graduation, help you select a career and transfer school, all designed to help you become a more successful college student.
Welcome to our blog. Our Peer Mentors will be posting about their experiences at LCC and topics related to student success.
New students in this program are required to take a 2 credit Human Development (HDEV 127) course during the quarter they enter into the program. Tuition for this class is waived. The class covers the resources and activities needed in order to graduate and/or transfer to a university.
TRiO is a federally funded program that provides low-income, first generation college students and students with disabilities valuable support and services to assist in student success and persistence toward graduation. TRiO serves to motivate and help students accomplish their goals by offering comprehensive individual support.