What is TRiO?
TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) at Rutgers University-Camden is a federally funded program that provides academic support services and activities to students from first-generation and limited income families as well as students with disabilities.
About TRiO at Rutgers-Camden
At Rutgers-Camden, our TRiO SSS program uses high-impact and data informed practices to create and provide academic and personal support and services to help students achieve the following:
- Develop the skills and strategies needed to navigate the Rutgers campus
- Find a sense of belonging among their peers and staff members
- Matriculate from one year to the next
- Accomplish their personal and educational goals
- To graduate
Is TRiO For Me?
This program is for incoming first-year or transfer students who meet low-income eligibility requirements. If you are a first-generation student and/or have a documented disability, we invite you to apply and join the TRiO community.
TRiO Student Support Services
Some of the services provided include one-on-one professional and peer tutoring, academic coaching, academic enrichment, and financial literacy workshops. We also provide additional funding through grant aids and scholarships to eligible SSS participants.
Support services to help make your Rutgers-Camden experience transformative.More About TRiO Services
Find grant and scholarship opportunities only open to program participants.More About Financial Aid
TRiO SSS Staff
Learn more about the faculty members dedicating their days to your success.TRiO Staff
Discover how TRiO made a difference in the lives of fellow Rutgers students.Success Stories
TRiO is the overarching name of eight federally funded programs that are dedicated to increasing the graduation and success rates of first-generation and low-income students. At Rutgers-Camden, TRiO staff offer a comprehensive support network to build a sense of belonging that helps program participants overcome academic, social, and cultural barriers to higher education. This program maximizes participants’ academic and personal potential, providing the support, community, skill-building, and access to additional financial aid so you can achieve your college goals and graduate.
Educational Opportunity Fund
State funded academic and financial support for economically disadvantaged students.More About EOF
TRiO Student Support Services
Federally funded resources and support for first-generation, low-income, and undergraduate students with disabilities.More About TRiO
Students with Disabilities
Accommodations, resources, and support to ensure an accessible environment for all.More About Disability Services
Community and financial support for undergraduate students with lived experience in the foster care system.More About Camden Fellows
NJ STEP / Mountainview
Every person in prison who qualifies for college has the opportunity to take college classes while incarcerated and continue that education upon release.More About NJ STEP/Mountainview