Learning Tour, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri
Learning Tour
Upward Bound Math-Science
Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri
Summer 2010

Teachers & Educators

As a teacher or someone in educational administration, chances are you know a student from a disadvantaged background. These students of yours may come from low-income families or they may be potential first-generation college students and some may even have disabilities. You know these students of yours hold the potential to leap frog, if they are nurtured timely with the right guidance.

Our goals are common.

The Office of TRIO Programs, through its component programs, assists eligible students stay on course of the academic pipeline from middle school through a baccalaureate program.

Educational Talent Search (ETS) serves eligible students from middle school through high school, while Regular Upward Bound (RUB) and Upward Bound Math-Science (UBMS) caters to those in high school. The 6 middle schools in the Lincoln community that ETS serves are: Culler, Dawes, Goodrich, Lefler, Mickle, and Park. The 3 high schools are: Lincoln High, North Star, and Northeast. Student Support Services (SSS) serves eligible college goers who are enrolled towards their baccalaureate degree at UNL.

You can learn more about our programs and their eligibility criteria from the main menu. If you have any questions, please write to us at trio@unl.edu or call us at 402-472-2027. We are also happy to host you and your students. Our primary staff contacts for each of our component programs is as follows: