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Tutoring for Spring Semester 2016 is in full swing in the Resource Library (Lommasson 154)!  Our tutors are an excellent resource to help you get a jump on the new semester.  Our tutor schedule will let you know what subjects are being covered and when you can find the right tutor for you.  We hope the semester is off to a great start!

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*TRiO SSS is funded each year at $407,708, 93% of which is federal funds. More information on the federal TRiO programs is available on the US Department of Education website.

TRiO helps students succeed!  Our students are rockstars who continually challenge themselves, inspire our staff and set and example for their peers.  Each month we feature a TRiO SSS student who has excelled in their studies and is progressing toward graduation!

May 2016 Student of the Month

Mitchell McCabe - Psychology & Forensic Anthropology

Mitchell McCabe - Student of the Month

My name is Mitchell Ray McCabe and I’m a Native American college student from the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. I will be graduating this spring with two bachelor’s degrees, in Psychology and Forensic Anthropology. After graduation, I hope to gain experience in the field of counseling, in order to better prepare myself for graduate school in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I’ve been attending the University of Montana for the past five years and what kept me motivated was my disability as a quadriplegic. I wanted to become more independent and to find a career that would allow me to give back to those who have helped me and to share knowledge and resources with others with disabilities so they can also seek a more independent lifestyle. Hopefully my accomplishments will encourage other Native American students and students with disabilities to pursue higher education and see that it can be done.