Student Support Services

SSS COVID-19 Updates

 

Advisors can be reached via email or phone (please leave a voicemail which will be forwarded to the advisor’s email). If you would like to meet with an advisor virtually, you can utilize the UNT Zoom services to communicate through video or audio (microphone) call. Be sure to contact your advisor so they can schedule all virtual or voice meeting requests.

Contact info for the advising staff

Desiree Padron: desiree.padron@unt.edu or 940-565-4756

Justin Persick: justin.persick@unt.edu or 940-369-8690

Anthony Vazquez: anthony.vazquez@unt.edu or 940-565-4735

Link with instructions to use Zoom: https://online.unt.edu/zoom-basics

Access UNT Zoom here: https://unt.zoom.us/

What is Student Support Services?

Student Support Services (SSS), funded by the U.S. Department of Education, is a TRIO program dedicated to increasing the retention and graduation rates for low income, first-generation, and/or current udergraduate students with documented disabilities at the University of North Texas.

SSS Motto

Face your challenges head on. Be an Eagle!

SSS Vision 

Student Support Services (SSS) exists to serve, support, and inspire students "to soar" to their maximum collegiate potential.

SSS Mission

The Student Support Services (SSS) program at the University of North Texas is devoted to providing timely, student-centered programming to increase the academic success, retention, and graduation rates of SSS students.  This mission is accomplished by providing a purposeful set of comprehensive services to support the individual students’ academic, personal, and financial needs at UNT. 

SSS Objectives

The Student Support Services program at UNT will meet the following grant objectives:

87% of all participants served will persist from one academic year to the beginning of next academic 90% of all enrolled participants served by SSS will meet the performance level required to stay in good academic standing at unt 57% of new participants served each year will graduate with six years

This grant has been 100% federally funded by the United States Department of Education to serve 258 participants annually in the amount of $354,417.00 per year for a period of five years.

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