Tutoring for Spring Semester 2019 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 $419,939, 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!

February 2019 Student of the Month

Teri Burrows-Harper - Native American Studies

 Teri Harper

Hi, my name is Teri Burrows-Harper. I am a member of the Arapahoe and Cherokee tribes. I was born and raised in Oklahoma and moved to Wyoming shortly after High School graduation, then settled in Lewistown, MT. I am on track to graduate this May with a degree in Native American Studies. I am interested in natural resource conservation law, and am planning to apply to Law School next year. My hobbies include being a 4-H leader for the last 9 years, raising Aberdeen cattle with my husband and enjoying the outdoors (hiking, horseback riding, bike riding, etc.). I have been a member of the TRIO program for the last 3 semesters. The TRIO program has supported me by helping with my academic goals, and I could not be here without them. I am currently working for the American Prairie Reserve, who works with National Geographic and the Smithsonian Conservation Science and Cultural Archives Institute. I’m fortunate to have been offered a permanent job with the American Prairie Reserve after I graduate this May. I’m a very friendly person; if you see me around campus stop and say hi!