The Student Support Services Program (SSS) at Paul D. Camp Community College is a federally funded program. The goal of the Program is to increase the probability that students will successfully complete their educational goals.
To equip students with necessary college survival skills, the program offers free tutoring, counseling, cultural and educational enrichment, and assistance for students desiring to transfer to a four-year institution. The SSS staff also acts as a liaison between students and the various college ofﬁces to ensure that students have access to all appropriate college and community services.
Participation in the SSS Program is voluntary, and acceptance into the program is based on criteria established by the U.S. Department of Education. Students may refer themselves to this program or be referred by a counselor, instructor or other staff member. Applications for Student Support Services are available in the SSS ofﬁces, Suite 120 A or B in Franklin and 100 L in the Administrative Suite in Suffolk.