Nationwide, students are now being served by SSS at more than 947 colleges and universities. The purpose of the project is to increase the number of disadvantaged low-income college students, first-generation college students, and college students with disabilities to successfully complete a program of study at the post secondary level.
At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, we serve +350 undergraduate students, who could be from any major or degree. They could also be undecided and we also cater to non-traditional students. Our participants, who include disabled undergraduates, receive tutoring, counseling and remedial instruction. We offer foundational courses in math, science, english, educational psychology and skill development tailored for our freshmen participants.
As the initiative is approaching its 50th anniversary, our sense of commitment is stronger than ever, which is to support, serve and see our participants graduate.