Student Support Services (SSS) Health Sciences

Amarillo College’s Student Support Services (SSS) Health Sciences Program is funded by a grant from the US Department of Education. The program is designed to improve retention and degree completion of health sciences students who are:

·         Low-income (based on taxable income)

·         First-generation (neither of the student’s parents graduated with a 4-year degree)

·         Disabled (registered with AC disAbility Services)

120 students who meet the criteria and are selected will be offered additional services through the SSS Health Sciences Program.   (Please note:  no scholarships or financial aid are available to students.  The program provides services and tutoring but no direct money to students.)

·         Tutoring (with professional tutors, both individualized and group sessions) 

·         More individualized and intensive academic advising/career counseling

·         Mentoring

·         Study sessions

·         Learning communities (in-person or virtual groups of students)

·         Financial literacy training

·         Training in study skills

·         Graduation/transfer training and activities


With suggestions or questions, please contact:

Jeannie George, Program Director, 806-354-6086, 205B Building A, West Campus

Data Management Specialist
806-467-3106, 205C Building A, West Campus

FAX: 806.356.3623