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Welcome to TRIO Student Support Services

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS), a federally funded TRIO program, assists students through intensive and intentional advising. TRIO SSS serves first-generation college students (neither parent has a four-year college degree) and/or students whose families have limited income and guides them through their college career.

Weekly learning groups are conducted for first-year students. TRIO SSS students learn what questions to ask and how to successfully navigate University life with the help of their peers and professionals.

Learn More About TRIO SSS Program Benefits:

     UW Oshkosh TRIO Student Support Services Spotlights

Contact Us

TRIO Student Support Services             Campus Center for Equity and Diversity   (920) 424-1310


7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


SSS Scholarship Applications

(Applications for 2019-2020 Scholarship NOW available)
Become a Learning Group Leader
(Check Back Spring 19′)
Become an SSS Peer Mentor

(Check Back spring 19′)

UW Oshkosh TRIO Student Support Services Social Media

Here are some of our awesome Junior SSStudents back when they were Freshman!

Don't forget that we are still here for you to schedule and meet with your advisor about anything.

Hope you all are doing well!
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We all have those last minute exams... Don't slack now! Break is only 5 days away. You got this!

If you need some study tips, stop by the Reading & Study Skills Center, check here for their hours:
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Don't forget to love yourself. Surround yourself with a group of people who cares about you. Take a deep breath, SSS is always a place you can come to for help.

Happy #WellnessWednesday
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Happy #TipTuesday ! Follow who you are, don't let anyone tell you different.

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The UW Oshkosh SSS programs are 100% funded through TRIO grants from the U.S. Department of Education. The award numbers are P042A150083 and P042A150244 at an estimated $3.2 million for the 2015 to 2020 program years.