Student Support Services, a federally funded grant program for first generation and/or low-income students and/or students with disabilities, is located in Complex 207 - First Federal Center, on the Hazard campus. SSS assists students with advising, career and transfer counseling, one-on-one tutoring, cultural enrichment opportunities, and an array of other services. For more information, contact Renee Back at 606-487-3155 or Ginger Carroll at 606-487-3306
Grant Administrative Assistant
Student Support Services (SSS) is an academic performance, retention, graduation, and transfer program that serves two-hundred participants. SSS is a grant-funded program through the U.S. Department of Education, which offers academic advising, career/transfer counseling, personal support, tutoring, educational workshops, financial aid counseling, and social/economic enrichment activities.
The Hazard Community & Technical College Student Support Services Program is funded at $308,211 for five years, beginning with the 2015-16 grant cycle. One hundred percent (100%) of the program is financed with federal money and zero percent (0%) is financed by non-governmental sources. This program is funded to serve 200 students. This disclosure is made in compliance with Public Law 108-447 Sec. 506.