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The Student Support Services Program (SSS) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education to provide academic support services for eligible students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. This program is part of the family of TRIO programs which also includes Upward Bound,Talent Search and McNair.

Services provided include academic advising and planning, registration assistance, campus resource referral, financial aid counseling and referral, career counseling, free access to the computer lab in Mitchell 133, supplemental grant aid, free laptop loan and summer bridge for new freshmen.

SSS staff work with undergraduate students for their first 40 - 60 credits to ensure that they are academically prepared to transfer to the UWM school or college from which they intend to receive their degree. Enrollment in SSS is limited to 250 students per year.

We Want to work very closely with you to ensure that you have the most positive experiences as you prepare for attendance at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Registering for classes as early as possible is one of the most important activities for getting off to a good start. Please contact your SSS advisor as soon as possible to ensure that all the necessary steps are taken to hasten your registration for classes. Please browse our website to learn more about our program.

More information:
New Student Orientation
News and Current Events

Program Admission Criteria
Summer Bridge Program
NSO Slide Show


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updated: 5/06/12 11:30 AM