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Each ACS program offers one-on-one advising and assistance to students from economically disadvantaged families, students who will be the first in their family to graduate from a four-year college, and underrepresented minority students.
ACS likes to recognize students who are utilizing our services while making a difference in their community, achieving academic success, and accomplishing their dreams.
Linking OMAD students to current scholarships, courses, and events happening on campus.
The EOP advising team guides students through the process of selecting and registering for classes, exploring possible majors and seeing career goals. EOP advisers also assist with financial aid, housing, personal matters and a variety of other topic areas.
TRIO SSS provides holistic and comprehensive advising and instruction, in order to support economically disadvantaged and first generation to college students at the University of Washington. Eligible students participate in activities designed to promote their academic and personal success.
CAMP is a federally funded program designed to assist first year students from migrant and seasonal farm working families. The CAMP team provides academic and personal support, financial assistance, peer mentoring and leadership opportunities.
The Champions program focuses on academic success of youth and alumni of foster care. By providing one-on-one support, community-building activities and educational advocacy to students, the Champions program seeks to prepare students for lifelong achievement after graduation.