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The Office of Undergraduate Affairs at the University of Florida welcomes the UF Student Support Services (UF SSS) program.  This is a federally funded grant program through the U.S. Department of Education that is dedicated to helping first-generation, low-income or disabled students succeed and thrive at UF.

The UF SSS goal is to help a new generation of scholars maximize their potential and college experiences.  Students are offered a welcoming and encouraging environment, such that they are motivated and empowered to complete their degree(s) in higher education. Students are offered opportunities for academic and personal development that extends beyond traditional academic programs.  We can help students thrive academically, professionally and personally.  The overarching goal of UF SSS is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of UF students.

Click here to read about the UF Student Support Services program in the Independent Florida Alligator.

 

Benefits

  • Scholarship Aid

  • Social & Cultural Events

  • Academic Resources

  • Financial Literacy

  • Graduate School Advising

  • Faculty Mentoring & Peer Coaching

  • Leadership Development

  • Textbook Library

  • Technology Hub

 

Notable TRiO Alumni

    Anastasia Pittman, Oklahoma State Representative     Franklin Chang-Diaz, University of Connecticut, first Hispanic astronaut
    Donna Brazile, Louisiana State University, Political Strategist     C. Green, Oregon State University, NBA basketball player
    Bernard Harris, Texas Tech, first African American astronaut     Angela Bassett, St. Petersburg Junior College, actress
    Kevin Shibilski, University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin State Senator     Beatrice Berry, University of Delaware, author, award-winning lecturer
    Gwendolynne Moore, University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin State Senator     Steve Perry, University of Hartford, TV Commentator
    Henry Bonilla, University of Texas at Austin, US Congressman     Hector Balderas, University of New Mexico, New Mexico State Auditor
    John Quinones, St Mary’s University, correspondent for ABC news, “Prime Time Live”     Barbara Harmon-Schamberger, Salem-Teikyo University, General Counsel, Deputy of Securities
    Viola Davis, Rhode Island College, actress     Wil Haygood, Ohio Dominican College, Boston Globe feature writer
    Raul Vasquez, Laredo Jr. College, University of Houston, Judge     Jimmy Jam – Terry Lewis, Upward Bound, Music Producers
    Belinda Reyes, PhD, University of Texas, Judge     Kenneth Corn, Youngest Oklahoma State Representative and Senator

 

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