Mission Statement

SSS exists to coach program participants in a successful academic journey leading to a timely graduation from SSC and transfer to a four-year college or university.

 

Two Primary Goals

SSS has two primary goals for our participants:

Graduation from SSC
AND
Transfer to a four-year college or university

 

Services

In order to guide our participants to graduation and transfer, we provide the following services on a daily or regularly scheduled basis:

Academic Tutoring Academic Advisement/Coaching
Career Exploration FAFSA Completion Assistance
Cultural Events Academic Workshops
Educational Four-Year Campus Visits Financial Literacy Education

 

Eligibility

In order to qualify for Student Support Services, students must qualify based on federal guidelines.  The guidelines consider documented disabilities, federal income guidelines, and first-generation college students.  SSC students who desire to participate in SSS must complete an application and meet federal guidelines for admission.  Early application is encouraged as space may be limited.  The staff of SSS encourages any SSC student to apply and welcomes any questions regarding the application and eligibility process.

There are two Student Support Service Programs at SSC and students may only participate in ONE of the Student Support Service programs at SSC.

TO APPLY:

Click the link below, print the application, and submit completed application to Scott 104.

 


Contacts

Sarah Ledford, Advisor

Laura Votaw, Advisor

Janna Manlapig, Director

s.ledford@sscok.edu l.harrison@sscok.edu j.manlapig@sscok.edu
Scott 104  Scott 104 Scott 105
(405) 382-9549 (405) 382-9297 (405) 382-9642

 

Student Support Services is funded by the U.S.Department of Education in cooperation with Seminole State College. SSS is funded at an annual rate of $247,584 from September 1, 2015 through August 31, 2020. Seminole State College is an equal opportunity educator and employer.