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Message from Dr. Paul Beasley
Welcome to TRIO Programs at the University of South Carolina. We are proud of our programs, the success of our students, and the support and encouragement we receive from our university family and Richland County community. Since 1966, USC TRIO Programs have fostered the collaboration of university, school, and community interests to promote educational opportunities in the Columbia area. These partnerships help us to address the unique needs of academically capable individuals who have the highest level of financial aid eligibility and who are without a family history of college attendance. Our university mission is the education of our state's diverse population through teaching, research, creative activity, and service.
TRIO offers a comprehensive set of services through five different programs, each targeted at a specific group of individuals from the 6th grade through adulthood. Services and activities include academic tutoring, cultural enrichment, financial aid counseling, summer on-campus residency programs, admissions counseling, and student mentoring. This web site provides an overview of our services and activities and an opportunity to meet our staff.
Thank you for your interest in TRIO Programs.
Paul L. Beasley,
The USC TRiO Pacesetter Facebook Campaign has officially begun!
The Pacesetter Award recognizes individuals for their hard work and their contributions at all levels aof society. This award pay tribute to USC TRIO Alums who have made success contributions to society no matter how big or small. These individuals are considered pioneers for present USC TRIO students.
Do you know USC TRIO Alums striving to make their marks on the world? Or, are you an alum who has been helped by your TRIO experience to accomplish significant goals?
Like our Facebook page to be considered for the Pacesetter Award. We will select one winner per program. Make your USC TRIO Program proud by entering today.
Educational Talent Search will conduct two summer sessions for its middle and high school participants. The week of June 17th through June 21st is set for 9th and 10th grade students, and the week of June 24th through the 28th is planned for 11th and 12th grade students. Talk to you Talent Search counselor about participating in one of the summer programs.