Student Support Services (SSS) Program
Welcome to the Student Support Services (SSS) Program at Pace University
The Student Support Services Scholars Program is designed to empower eligible students to achieve academic excellence.
Students accepted into the SSS Scholars Program receive proactive support to develop the skills and utilize the tools necessary for success at Pace University and beyond.
The Student Support Services Program is a U.S. Dept. of Education federal TRIO Program serving students who are from low-income backgrounds, and/or first-generation college students (from families where their parents or guardians do not have a four-year college degree), and/or students who have a disability. A community of students and professionals, SSS Scholars' mission is to provide a broad array of services related to academic, financial, career and personal support to help participants acclimate, thrive and succeed at Pace University. In order to participate students must apply and be accepted into the program.
Additionally, student participants must:
Eligibility also includes veteran status
Student Support Services is a selective program designed to enhance each participant's overall college experience. SSS provides resources at no cost to help each student participant realize his or her full potential while at Pace. Through programmatic activities and a robust support system, students within the SSS communicty are put on a path to academic success. Students admitted to SSS are able to utilize the program's many services throughout their entire college career. Highlighted below are some of the services SSS provieds to eligible participants:
Enrichment and Resources
Mentoring, Career Development and Graduate Study
Currently, SSS is accepting nominations and job applications to hire Student Peer mentors and Graduate Student Coaches.
For more information contact: