TRiO is here for you!
The TRiO program increases our student retention and graduation rates; facilitates student transfer from two-year to four-year colleges; and fosters an institutional climate supportive of the success of low income and first generation college students and individuals with disabilities.
The TRiO program is free.
TRiO Program participants must qualify by being low-income, low-income and first-generation college students and/or college students with a documented disability. All students must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment at CCC. In addition, low-income students who are first-generation college students and students with disabilities must have been determined to have academic need.
Program services may include:
- Assigned academic advisors
- Individualized academic tutoring
- Career exploration and major and course selection
- Information on various types of financial aid available and grant opportunities
- Study skills assistance: note-taking, textbook reading, time management, financial management education and test prep workshops
- Assistance with transfer to four-year university or college
If you think you qualify and would like to join the program, stop by room 106 and ask for an application. For more information you can call 226-4316 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For National TRiO information, you can visit coenet.us
Students must make arrangements for full payment at the time of registration. Registration is not complete until full payment arrangements are made.
- Cash or cash equivalent
- Financial aid
- Payment Plan
- Third Party
WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOU!
Please contact financial aid for further financial assistance (928.226.4219 or email@example.com).
LBGTQ CCC Student Organization: Kaleidoscope
Advisor: Marianne Arini
Student Life Coordinator
Director of Student Services
Office of LBGTQA Resources at Norther Arizona University-CCC Students welcome
This is a safe space for students, faculty, staff, and all LGBTQA community members to go, find resources, information, and support.
NAU SBS Building (Blg #70), RM 100H
PRISM (NAU Student Organization)
Health Care: North Country Health Care
Counseling: The Guidance Center
General Sites of Support:
The Passages Program provides assistance to single parents and displaced homemakers who are beginning and/or continuing their college studies. We help guide students to success in a number of career/technical programs. Support serivices for eligible students can include:
- Partial funding for childcare
- Academic advising
- Textbook loan
- Coaching and referral to community agencies
- To sign up download the Passages Program application.
For more information contact please contact Derik Yellowhair.