How do I qualify for SSS?

How do I qualify?

To qualify for SSS program services a student must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, admitted/registered at Dixie State University as a full-time student, demonstrate an academic need for services as defined by the institution, have earned fewer than 40 college credits, and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  1. FIRST GENERATION– Neither parent received a four-year college degree before the student reached 18-years old;
  2. LOW INCOME STUDENT– Receiving financial aid such as a PELL grant or have a household taxable income that meets federal guidelines;
  3. DISABILITY– Student a learning or physical disability that is documented through the DSU Disability Resource Center.

You can pick up an application in the Browning Resource Center (Room 105) or you can also use our online form. The SSS staff will review applications and invite prospective participants to complete the application process.

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