TRiO, SSS, and SSS RISE
Due to current COVID-19 campus closures, all TRIO SSS & SSS RISE appointments will be held online via Zoom.
You can manage your SSS/SSS RISE Counseling appointments by clicking the button below. After booking your appointment you will receive an email confirmation (to your RCCD email address) with a Zoom URL meeting link. Please save this email to access your online appointment.
Need to see a counselor if you're a STEM Major?
(Biology, Chemistry, Nursing, Engineering, Computer Science, and Math)
Personal, Career, Transfer, and Academic Counseling
Every student is required to meet with their SSS RISE counselor twice every semester. Students will receive the following services:
- Instruction in the registration system (WebAdvisor)
- Advice on general education and major courses
- Strategies for maintaining and improving G.P.A
- Help with study skills
- Crisis counseling
- Financial aid and scholarship assistance
- Student success workshops
- College and University Tours
- Cultural Activities
- Student Educational Plan
- Career counseling and résumé assistance
- Personal growth counseling
- Campus and/or community referrals
- Tutorial Referral
- Transfer counseling
Cultural Enrichment Activities
Co-curricular events and activities to increase cultural awareness and build community are offered each semester.
Participants in the SSS Program are eligible to receive priority registration every semester if they meet all the requirements by the deadline given.
Students are required to submit progress reports mid semester in order to capture individual academic performance.
Services include information and assistance in completing applications and personal statements.
The TRiO SSS staff offers a Reconnect Workshop "Educational Goals and Strategies to Achieve Success" to students that have not been enrolled in any semester.
The volatile economic climate we live in coupled with the growing costs of attaining a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, today, make it imperative for students to be savvy in managing their money and their expenses along the way. This is especially important for students, who are
first-generation, low-income students. It is a strategic initiative of our project to improve the Financial IQ of all program participants by providing a two-tiered Financial Literacy Education Component. In keeping with this grant goal and in an effort to make relevant resources accessible to Program students.
We will use many of these tools and others to educate and equip our students to manage their expenses, their debt and their credit more effectively and to help them develop an individual plan to meet their educational costs and the financial challenges of living.
SSS Computer Lab/Study Room
Computers/Study Room are available to SSS students for their use to complete assignments.
Assistive Learning Software available to those students, who wish to use them, include: Inspiration; Dragon Naturally Speaking and Flatbed scanners.