- Transfer assistance
- Career counseling
- Academic counseling + advising
- Cultural activities
- Academic skills development (study skills, test-taking skills, etc.)
- Informative seminars
- Financial literacy
Who is eligible?
Students receiving assistance from the GAIN Program must be enrolled in a degree program and meet at least one of the following eligibility requirements:
- First generation college student (neither parent has a Bachelor's [four-year] degree.)
- Low income as defined by federal income guidelines.
- A student with a documented disability that impacts their ability to succeed in a post-secondary course of study. Students must provide documentation from a school or clinical psychologist verifying the specific disability. These may be requested from the high school the student attended.
All Services are free of charge.
Tina Cupp, Academic Skills Coordinator
(276) 523-2400, ext. 335
Jessica Ketron, Counselor
(276)523-2400, ext. 342