There is no cost to students and we work within their time available and schedule.
TRIO is a great opportunity to support students' success at Northeastern Illinois University, because our programs are designed to increase graduation and retention rates by providing services such as leadership development, tutoring and mentoring, personal and academic development workshops, and much more.
Our programs are specifically designed to take the uncertainty out of the university experience and to better prepare students for success at Northeastern Illinois University and beyond.
TRIO Student Support Services offers three programs:
- Achieve - serving all academic majors
- Access - serving students with disabilities
- Teacher Prep - serving students majoring in education
Students' success is our priority!
TRIO helps undergraduate students with important decisions, such as college major, career choices, financial aid, and course selection.
TRIO is accepting applications from undergraduate students motivated to earn a degree. College success requires meeting the challenges of your academic courses and gaining the confidence, expertise, and professionalism needed to progress through life beyond graduation.
Should you have any questions?
Please contact Monica Teixeira, Interim Director of TRIO Student Support Services at 773-442-4984 or email her at email@example.com for an application and more information. You may also read TRIO newsletter.
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