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TRIO National Day of Service

  • Students from TRIO Programs in Anchorage
     
  • Upward Bound Students from West High School
     
  • Upward Bound Students from East High School
     
  • TRIO SSS Student
     

 TRIO National Week of Service Schedule

  • Monday, February 14, 2022

    First-Generation College Celebration

    Location: Student Union - Lower Level Cafeteria

    Time: 9-10am

    Open to all first-generation students, staff, and faculty at UAA

  • Tuesday, February 15, 2022

    Volunteer Opportunity

    Food Bank of Alaska 

    ETS, UB, and SSS Students

    Time: TBD

  • Wednesday, February 16, 2022

    Volunteer Opportunity

    Letters of Encouragement

    Time: TBD

  • Thursday, February 17, 2022

    Volunteer Opportunity

    Food Bank of Alaska 

    ETS, UB, and SSS Students

    Time: TBD

  • Friday, February 18, 2022

    National TRIO Day Celebration (Zoom)  

    Time: 1:00pm- 2:30pm

    Location: Virtual (Zoom)

    Open to students in Educational Talent Search, Upward Bound, and Student Support Services, UAA staff and faculty, and special guests.


WELCOME!

Each year the UAA TRIO Programs join together to increase public awareness of TRIO, and to thank the community for continued support. Join us in an afternoon of presentations and refreshments in honor of the National TRIO Day of Service at the University of Alaska Anchorage.

Thank you! It is through you and the community's support that we continue to assist thousands of Alaskans in transforming their educational dreams into reality. 

 

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General Information

What: TRIO Day is a nationally organized event between colleges and universities across the country that unite together to bring awareness and advocate for TRIO Programs.

Why: TRIO Programs offer Anchorage residents educational services and increased access to higher education. These services include: assistance with applying for college admissions and financial aid, individual tutoring, educational and career advising, as well as mentoring and professional development. Over 1,500 colleges, universities, and community agencies serve approximately 789,000 young people and adults nationally and more than 2,400 Alaskans, ranging from middle school age to adult, benefit from the services.  UAA began offering TRIO Programs in the early 1970s and continues to provide support for Alaskan students of all ages from low to moderate-income families.

UAA’s TRIO Programs consist of Student Support Services (SSS).  SSS provides currently enrolled UAA students with tutoring, technology, and tuition support, assistance with applying for financial aid, peer mentoring, and first year advising.