Apply to Join TRiO Student Success
Who should apply to be a TRiO Student?
Will you be the first person in your family to attain a bachelor's degree? If neither of your custodial parents or legal guardians has a bachelor's degree or higher then you qualify as a first-generation student.
Do you consider yourself as low income? Do you qualify for a Pell grant? Do you or your custodial parents/legal guardians not need to file taxes because your income is too low? If so, you may qualify as a low-income student.
Students with a Documented Disability
Do you have a documented disability? Is this documentation on file with Access Services for Students with Disabilities? If so, you qualify for our services as a student with a disability.
What if I don’t have a Documented Disability, but Identify as a Person with a Disability?
Apply anyway! You may be eligible for TRiO as a first-generation or low-income student. We can also help brainstorm ways to pursue getting documentation for a disability if you decide that is what you want to do.
What happens after I apply?
After you apply, TRiO will contact you within 1 to 2 weeks to schedule an intake with a TRiO advisor. During the intake, the advisor will determine eligibility for one of TRiO’s programs and provide wraparound services to support you during your journey while at Evergreen.