SSS Activities and Services
Academic Advising -- As an SSS participant you will automatically be assigned an advisor to provide assistance with initial course registration, time management, and other issues confronting today’s college student
Advocacy - You may never need it… but if you do, there’s no one better than your SSS advisor to guide and assist as you learn how to manage your present to shape your future.
Annual Recognition Banquet – all active participants are invited to this very special year-end celebration.
Cultural Enrichment – Opportunities to do and see things you may never have done or seen before – skiing, sky diving, rafting, opera, ballet, theater, etc.
Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society – CSU’s Alpha Upsilon Chapter inducts new members every spring. To receive an invitation, you’ll need two consecutive full time terms with GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Career Exploration – Delve into your future on Discover, a software program that presents a wealth of information about almost any career you can imagine. Or, interact with CSU alumni and other professionals as they share what it’s really like to be in the workforce.
Financial Aid Assistance – Your SSS advisor can help locate and secure external grant and scholarship aid, clarify University policies and procedures, or advocate on your behalf within the University. SSS also awards select participants special scholarships (see Grant Aid).
Grad School prep and assistance – Get good information, take practice GRE, GMAT, and LSAT, and visit select campuses to identify the right grad school and program for you.
Grant Aid – A special scholarship based on participation and academic achievement. Click here for more information.
Information Workshops – SSS workshops benefit any student classification; however, some are gender specific or designed to target select groups i.e., upper classmen, business majors, etc.
Leadership Development Opportunities – Primarily for upper classmen, these opportunities include staffing committees, attending conferences, and representing SSS on campus.
Computer Lab w/ extended hours – A section of the writing lab is available ‘just for SSS participants’ four nights per week until 10pm.
Tutoring – SSS offers individualized, online, and small group peer tutoring in English, math and other select subjects.
Peer Mentoring – Team up with a more ‘seasoned’ student whose been specially trained to provide accurate answers to your questions.
SSS Interns - Help make SSS even better! Assist with marketing, event planning and coordination. Open to juniors and seniors.
Study Groups – Your academic advisor can identify other students who are taking the same course.