TRiO Student Support Services


Offered Support


Academic Skills



First Generation College Students on Financial Aid


Students with Disabilities

*All students must have an academic need.

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Student Support Services

Tutoring and Academic Skills Program


Offered Support

Any UNCG Student

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Tutoring and Academic Skills Programs

Supplemental Instruction Program


Offered Support

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Who Can Attend SIP Sessions?

SIP Sessions are open to any student enrolled in the designated course and section for their SIP Leader.

  • Students must attend the SIP sessions for their assigned SIP leader.
  • Students are not permitted to attend SIP sessions for courses/sections they are not enrolled in.*
  • Children and pets are not allowed to attend SIP sessions.

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SIP Session Schedule

*Students who are auditing the course and are therefore not enrolled are allowed to attend SIP sessions, but they must notify their SIP leader since they will not appear on the class roster
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Student Employment

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Supplemental Instructional Program


The Student Success Center (SSC) will be a leader in maximizing students' potential for academic success.


By offering a challenging and supportive environment, the Student Success Center fosters a learner-centered experience for undergraduate success by empowering students to take an active and collaborative role in their learning through personalized and structured tutoring, study groups, academic skills, counseling, and workshops.


The Student Success Center cultivates the development of critical thinking skills and active learning through personal, collaborative exchanges between students, tutors, leaders, and staff. Our culture of learning is based on cognitive scaffolding that deepens the student's’ knowledge of specific subject material and facilitates increased self-awareness of how they learn in general. Students discover the value of engaging actively in the learning process and develop the ability to adapt to the varying challenges of liberal arts coursework. Ultimately, students’ participation in sessions results in greater self-confidence, independence, and improved academic performance.