Welcome to Fall 2017 Semester!
Note: TRIO courses are only open to students who are enrolled at the University of Utah and have been accepted into
the SSS program through an application process. Students are enrolled into classes
by the TRIO office. For more information please call 801-581-7188.
Student Support Services (SSS) is a program for students who need academic assistance and other services to be successful at the University. Funded by a federal grant to the University, the project provides advising, instruction, and tutoring for eligible students.
FALL COURSES OFFERED THROUGH TRIO: Monday, August 21 through Thursday December 7, 2017
- Math 980 sec 018 (Algebra for College Success): M - F, 9:40-10:30am, Annex 2056 taught by Aris Papadopoulos
- Math 1010 sec 018 (Intermediate Algebra): M - F, 10:45am - 11:35am, Annex 2056 taught by Aris Papadopoulos
- Math 1010 sec 019 (Intermediate Algebra): M - F, 8:35am - 9:25am,Annex 2056 taught by Aris Papadopoulos
- Writing 1010 sec 015 (Introduction to Writing): M, W, F, 11:50am - 12:40pm, Annex 2056 taught by Erin Rogers
Available and Free to project participants, in-house tutors provide assistance in math, writing and various introductory level general education courses. Students enrolled in TRIO classes are expected to take advantage of this service. Tutoring schedule will be available in the early part of the semester.
New to the program is TRIO's collaboration with ASUU tutoring. If you need tutoring that is not provided in-house or at the times you need, let your TRIO advisor know and arrangements will be made to find a tutor through the ASUU tutoring program.
if you are uncertain which math class you need to take please meet with your major advisor. If you are not happy with your math placement you can take an accuplacer. Information can be found here http://testingcenter.utah.edu/students/placement-tests/math-placement.php
For more information, please contact Student Support Services at:
1901 E. South Campus Drive, Room 2075
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9356 Contact