Services for Academic Success
Services for Academic Success (SAS) is a federally-funded TRIO program supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and funds the SAS program at Rocky Mountain College. SAS provides holistic, student-centered services, resources and educational opportunities that support and improve graduation for eligible students. It is limited to 250 participants.
SAS provides a variety of services tailored to meet a student's individual needs. Services are free to participants and include the following:
- SAS Advisor to assist with all facets of student life;
- College success classes;
- Tutoring in many subjects;
- Academic, career, and personal counseling;
- Graduate school counseling;
- Accommodations for students with physical, learning and emotional disabilities;
- Cultural and academic enrichment opportunities;
- Exclusive scholarships;
- Use of computer labs;
Participants must be U.S. citizens, demonstrate an academic need for the program and meet at least one of the following criteria:
- low income;
- first-generation college student (neither parent completed a baccalaureate degree);
- a physical, learning or emotional disability.
How to Apply
Students receive an application form for SAS when they are accepted for admission to the college. SAS will notify students who are selected or students can call any of the SAS advisors to see if they are eligible.