We will connect you to tutors in FLC’s Peer Education Center. Their tutors are available in-person or via Zoom and can be utilized on a drop-in basis or by appointment. More intensive tutoring services might be available to TRIO students, depending on the Peer Education Center’s tutor availability.
We provide one-on-one guidance to help you decide if graduate school is right for you. You will learn what steps are involved in the application process and how to fund graduate school. We help you research schools and programs and we'll help you write a personal statement. You should also consult your faculty mentors for guidance.
We offer one-on-one guidance to help you build academic, financial, and life skills.
We provide social and cultural events to help you expand your college experience beyond the classroom and to grow an appreciation and awareness of diversity at FLC and in the community.
The worksheets below are self-guided activities to help you build real-life skills. You can complete them on your own or with your TRIO counselor, who is ready to talk through them with you.
Click here for a list of other resources (i.e. crisis hotlines, health services, LGBTQ services, housing, food, emergency funding).
TRIO is a place where I feel safe, welcomed and am able to get my work done. I meet with my inspirational advisor, Emma Salazar, every few weeks to check in to see how I am doing. She’s always rooting for me and truly cares about how I am doing. Had it not been for these two TRIO programs and all of the warm encouragements, I am not sure I would have made it this far.
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, '17