Project Achieve

The Project Achieve Student Support Services Program addresses the unique needs of any UNO student who qualifies as a first-generation college student (neither parent earned a bachelor’s degree), low-income and/or disabled and is pursuing an undergraduate degree program in the university. The program, funded through a grant from the United States Department of Education, provides supportive services mostly for increasing the rates of retention and graduation of the students in the program. Other program activities aim at fostering an institutional climate supportive of the success of the students. Participants in the program must have the desire, self-motivation and commitment to improve their academic abilities and skills through study and participation. The program offers a variety of services, including teaching, tutoring, counseling, academic advisement and non-credit seminars and workshops. To apply, contact Project Achieve in Kayser Hall 330, or call 402-554-3492.