Workforce & Community
TRiO Student Support Services
Monday - Friday
8 am – 5 pm
TRiO/SSS Program Location
Klamath Community College Founders Hall, room 9120
7390 South 6th Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
To be eligible for the TRiO program, students must meet at least ONE of these criteria:
Because the number of students who can be accepted into the program is capped at 140, preference is given to students planning to transfer to a four-year university.
Ready for Zero: This free website provides students with tools they can use to learn how to better manage and eliminate student loan debt.
The Project on Student Debt: The project on student debt provides students with a variety of facts and figures about student debt nationwide.
Klamath Community College scholarship Page: This page is updated often and displays local and national scholarships.
The Oregon Student Access Commission: This must-visit website provides information about applying for hundreds of scholarships in Oregon.
College Budgeting: How to save money in college. This website talks about budgeting, tracking spending, planning ahead and has links to scholarship, student loan information on consolidation and forgiveness.
Not sure how to handle your finances and student aid (grants, scholarships, loans, work-study) while you're in school?
Budget Recipes: This website lists quick and budget-friendly recipes for college students.
Salt Money: This is a website about financial literacy that KCC pays a membership fee for so all students have extra access to tools and information about budgeting, saving and more. They have a website and a blog you can follow.
This YouTube video provides tips for controlling test anxiety.
ETS Test Anxiety Guide.
101 Health and Wellness Tips for College Students.
The Visual Communication Guy: This website provides tips and tools for creating a visually stimulating resume.
The College Navigator website: This is a database where students can search for schools nationwide to find a program that fits their needs.
College Transfer: This website provides a broad overview of the transfer process and advice on each step of it.
If you haven’t had time to attend in-person workshops about goal setting, stress management, developing critical reading skills, developing effective paragraphs, taking effective notes, writing an effective thesis statement, conquering test anxiety, goal setting and time management, and stress management, Austin Community College offers free online workshops. They are short and take approximately 10-30 minutes to complete, depending on the course. For more information or to take one of these workshops, go to www.austincc.edu/support/advising/workshops.php.