TRIO Scholars

TRIO Scholars

Student Support Services

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The goal of TRIO Scholars (SSS) is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of participants and help students make the transition from high school to college, and from college to beyond.

Who is Eligible for TRIO Scholars (SSS)?

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You may be eligible for TRIO Scholars (SSS) if you identify with one or more of the following: 

  • A first-generation college student, meaning that neither of your parent(s) or guardian(s) graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Come from a low-to-modest income background
  • Have a disability
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UNH Basic Needs Week

March 25-29, 2024


UNH will be hosting it's first Basic Needs Week, March 25-29, 2024 through the Dean of Students Office. The goal for this week of events is to promote various resources available to the UNH community through wonderful campus and community partners. This week of programs will highlight the ways that we can all contribute to a community of support for all at UNH, and includes a Basic Needs Resource Fair on Tuesday, March 26. Read more about this week and the events being hosted here


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Academic Support & Tutoring

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Financial Planning 

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Graduate School Prep

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Career Planning

Why be a TRIO Scholar?

The TRIO Scholars Program focuses on you – building your UNH experience and preparing you for the future you want when you graduate. Over 90% of TRIO Scholars are in Good Academic Standing and stay at UNH from year-to-year. You will have access to tutoring, time management and organization skills, scholarship searches, and preparation for career or graduate school! As a TRIO Scholar you will be connected to your team:

  • Your TRIO Educational Counselor, who can be your “go-to” person on campus
  • Other TRIO Scholars
  • Faculty who  share their knowledge
  • Career counselors who can guide you towards internships or career planning
  • Financial Aid experts who share strategies for filling out your FAFSA, understanding student loans, and access to ReisUP Lit, which provides practical money advice for now and after you graduate