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TRIO Project Success is a federally funded grant program serving 220 first-generation, low-income students at Pueblo Community College in Pueblo, Colorado.

McNair is one of eight TRIO programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Its purpose is to prepare eligible participants for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities.
TRIO Project Success McNair Program at Cornell University
TRIO Project Success is a federally funded grant program serving 220 first-generation, low-income students at Pueblo Community College in Pueblo, Colorado. McNair is one of eight TRIO programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Its purpose is to prepare eligible participants for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities.

The TRIO programs provide educational opportunities for hundreds of thousands of students each year, and millions over the last 50 years. TRIO works!

In a series of homemade videos, first generation college students and graduates offer encouragement, empathy and sometimes stern advice. This is the “I’m First” storytelling project, from the nonprofit Center for Student Opportunity.
#TRIONATION Marcus Williams in Worcester, MA
The TRIO programs provide educational opportunities for hundreds of thousands of students each year, and millions over the last 50 years. TRIO works!

In a series of homemade videos, first generation college students and graduates offer encouragement, empathy and sometimes stern advice. This is the “I’m First” storytelling project, from the nonprofit Center for Student Opportunity.



In a series of homemade videos, first generation college students and graduates offer encouragement, empathy and sometimes stern advice. This is the “I’m First” storytelling project, from the nonprofit Center for Student Opportunity.

Sabrina Shrader, Program Assistant for the Upward Bound program at Concord University and TRIO alum herself, testifies before a U.S. Senate subcommittee about the effects of poverty on health. Jump to 50:20-57:00.

Guadalupe Perez, a TRIO Student Support Services student at California State University, San Bernardino, speaks at SAIL's 21st Annual Student Recognition Reception.
Angela Grabuloff in Morgantown, WV HELP Subcommittee Hearing — Dying Young SAIL 2013 Student Recognition Reception

A video about the Conncap/Upward Bound program at Danbury High School made by student Mohammed Alam is a finalist in a contest about ways to improve education in Connecticut.

Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) President Randall J. VanWagoner, Ph.D., talks about MVCC's early entry programs, which include Upward Bound, GEAR UP, and STEP.

Join the END SEQUESTRATION CAMPAIGN and SAVE 40,000+ Students from losing TRIO services.
Danbury Student Video Sings Praises of Conncap/Upward Bound Program

MVCC President's Vlog — Early Entry Programs

SAEOPP's End Sequestration Video


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