TRIO provides various services including individualized tutoring, assessment of individual learning styles, educational workshops, financial literacy and preparation for advanced degrees and careers.
The Student Engagement and Employment Development (SEED) Program is designed to help freshman students adjust to college, secure an on-campus job and become more engaged in their campus community. The SEED Program is currently only offered to students during their freshman year who qualify for Federal Work Study and who are not actively working on-campus. ASU offers additional on-campus student employment opportunities for those students looking to continue working after the program ends.
As a First-Generation student, you are the first in your family to pursue a college/university degree. This means that you also have the incredible opportunity to be the first in your family to ever study abroad! As the first person in your family to be presented with such a unique experience, you likely have many questions. Having support and information before studying abroad can go a long way in helping you prepare for your time abroad. Staff in the Study Abroad Office are always ready to answer any questions you may have.