TRIO Resources

  • On Campus Resources

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    Academic Support Services - Holman Success Center (HSC)

    Tutoring, Success Coaching, Supplemental Instruction, Eagle Study Tables

    Campus Life Orientation

    New Students, student organizations, leadership, Greek life, campus events (EMU after Dark, Leadership, Students on Stage, Speakers and Artists)

    Campus Safety (Police)

    Non-emergency only. For emergencies call 911

    Career Advising

    Provides assistance in determining career direction or major, job fairs, job search

    Center of Race and Ethnicity (CORE)

    Opportunities for cultural exploration and leadership development. Coordination between university departments and student organizations

    Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

    Assistance with coping with difficult life events, reduce psychological symptoms, individual and group counseling, emergency crisis intervention

    Counseling Clinic

    Personal, family, career, and academic counseling. Services provided to individual, couples, families, and children

    Disability Resource Center

    Provides assistance with accommodations for academics, housing, and dining. Must register with DRC/provide documentation regarding condition or impairment

    Eagle Card Office

    Student ID

    LGBT Resource Center

    Provides education, information, and advocacy services for students, staff,  and the campus community

    Mentorship Access Guidance in College (MAGIC)

    Helps students that have experienced homelessness or foster care by removing barriers that may stand in the way of them graduating, having academic success, and becoming an independent adult.

    Office of the Ombuds

    Assist with concerns regarding university policies, action of others, unfair treatment, counseling, mediation, and dispute resolution


    Purchase permits, find parking maps, pay parking

    Service EMU

    Services for Records & Registration, Student Business Services (billing) and Financial Aid

    Student Government

    Body of students that represents all the students at EMU to promote change and provide a student voice to administration

    Swoops Student Food Pantry

    Provides food for students in need.

    General Academic Advising (UACDC)

    For new students and those with undeclared majors

    VISION Volunteer Center

    Volunteering, learning about social service, programs include; GREEN, Best Buddies, Alternative Breaks

    Women’s Resource Center

    Advocacy and referral services, information, resources and educational programming to support representation of women

  • Off Campus Resources

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    Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority

    A bus that students can take. Low income students can ride for half of the fare, all that is required is an ID and a Medicare/Medicaid card. After both documents are shown the fare will be $0.75 per ride.

    Dress for Success

    This program provides educational seminars, mentoring, and support services for job retention through the "Professional Women's Group". Dress for success services women and men for interview attire and employment attire. TRIO SSS Students have to be referred to Dress for Success in order to receive service.

    Foster Care to Success Sponsored Scholarships

    This program is funded by organizations, individuals and families across the country. They are given the opportunity to help fund foster youths' post-secondary education so they can achieve brighter futures. The grant gives up to $5,000 per year to eligible student.

    Get Help Now

    Counseling for gambling, substance use, and mental health. Phones and locations depending on county can be found on the website.

    Housing Access for Washtenaw County

    Intake for families and individuals who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.

    Lansing Central AA

    Provides information and help to people that are new to Alcoholics Anonymous or are thinking about joining the program.

    Michigan Narcotics Anonymous

    The Michigan NA helps people that are struggling with addiction.

    Ozone House

    The Ozone House has six steps. The first step is to call the crisis line. The student will get assigned to a case manager that will help them look for housing options. The student can then be placed on a waiting list until a spot opens.

    Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    This lifeline is free and confidential. It is available 24/7.

    The Corner Health Center

    A safe space for all young people ages 12 through 25. If the student does not have insurance. The Corner Health Center still offer the student services. The student will be put on a sliding scale and charged a small fee.

    Ypsilanti District Library

    The library contains book lists, college and career information, driver's permit practice, teen publications, B-24's Cafe, and more.