Student Support Services

Student Support Services is a federally funded program designed to increase the likelihood of success of students who are first generation college students, whose families have limited financial resources, or who have physical or learning disabilities.

The following information is used to identify candidates for the Student Support Services program. Your responses are confidential and not released from the SSS office except as part of data reported for the student body as a whole.

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Ex. 301.687.1234



First Generation Student

(Neither of your parent(s)/guardian(s) with whom you reside has completed a four-year college degree.)
Immediate Household Conditions

(Taxable income is that amount reported on Line 6 of the 1040EZ federal tax form, Line 27 of the 1040A form, or Line 43 of the 1040 federal tax form.)
The household has:
  • 1 member and a taxable income below $18,210
  • 2 members and a taxable income below $24,690
  • 3 members and a taxable income below $31,170
  • 4 members and a taxable income below $37,650
  • 5 members and a taxable income below $44,130
  • 6 members and a taxable income below $50,610
  • 7 members and a taxable income below $57,090
  • 8 members and a taxable income below $63,570
Physical or Learning Disability

Independent Student

(Auto-populated based on answers to the following questions.)




(such as M.A., M.B.A., M.D., J.D., Ph.D., Ed. D., etc.)