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Welcome to TRiO ACHIEVE Student Support Services

Famous TRiO Achievers

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Aberdeen Allen, Jr.

Jennifer Michele Alvarez

Jacklyn Chisholm

David Yarlott

Sherry Williams

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Important Dates

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Beginning October 1, 2016  the Free Application for Federal Student (FAFSA) will allow students to submit FAFSA earlier.  For the 2017-18 FAFSA students are required to report income information from an earlier tax year. 2015 income information must be reported in the 2017-18 FAFSA.  Visit to complete.  March 1, 201

 March 1 is Maryland's Priority funding deadline. 

Academic Calendar


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For more information, please contact:

Vivian Ramsey, MSW, LGSW
TRiO Project Director


Salisbury University’s TRiO ACHIEVE Student Support Services (SSS) is an educational opportunity project sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education that helps first-generation students, students with financial need and students with disabilities achieve their academic potential and personal goals. The project acts as an advocate for qualified students, plans and coordinates their services, and provides support programs that help them develop academic, interpersonal and social skills they need for success at the University. The TRiO staff, as well as other offices across campus, will help students reach their academic goals and maximize their potential for success at Salisbury University.

Support for Student Support Services is provided by Salisbury University and the U.S. Department of Education.


A student is eligible to receive services from a SSS program if he/she:

  • Is enrolled at the College or accepted for enrollment for the next academic term
  • Is a U.S. citizen or meets the residency requirements to receive Federal financial aid
  • Is low-income, first generation or has a physical or learning disability learning or physical disability (For more info on disability services, click here.)
  • Has a need for academic support
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