TRiO - Student Support Services

About Student Support Services:

Madera Community College Student Support Services (SSS) is a free federal TRiO Program that serves students who are first generation, low-income, or have a disability. This program provides academic support and guidance to help Madera Community College students meet the challenges of obtaining an AA/AS degree, AA-T/AS-T degree and/or transfer to a four-year university. If you are committed to achieving success, SSS can help you achieve your academic and career goals.

SSS Services Available to you:

  • Priority Registration
  • Academic Advising
  • Career Planning
  • Transfer Assistance
  • University Campus Tours
  • Financial Literacy

Minimum Qualifications to Apply:

  • U.S. Citizen or permanent resident and meeting residency requirements for Federal Financial Aid
  • Enrolled in 12 units or more in an AA/AS, AA-T/AS-T, or Transfer Program
  • Be in good academic standing and have a 2.0 or better
  • Have less than 50 college units completed
  • One or more of the following must apply:
    • Be considered low income
    • Parents or guardians did not complete a Bachelor’s degree or higher
    • Have a disability

Interested in applying?

Complete the Program Application

Contact Us:

We would enjoy the opportunity to share more information and answer any questions you may have about the program. If you would like an application please contact us at:


Counselor: marisa.mcbride@scccd.edu

Counselor: elizabeth.lowell@scccd.edu

Phone: 559-675-4104



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