The Student Support Services (SSS) program is a comprehensive, federally-funded, academic support program designed to increase course performance, retention, graduation and transfer rates of first generation (parents who have not earned a bachelor’s degree), low-income and/or disabled college students.
The SSS Program customizes its services according to the academic needs and career goals of all participants. SSS participants have the unique opportunity to work one on one with counselors who are committed to their success. Services include individualized tutoring, academic advisement, career exploration, transfer assistance and cultural activities.
To apply, access an application online at: www.atlantic.edu/student-life/student-resources/counseling/index.php, or pick up an application from The Center for Student Success on the Mays Landing Campus. For information call Stacey Zacharoff at (609)343-5091 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.