Student Social Services
Students Who Are Parents (SWAP)
Alcohol and Other Drug Biennial Review
Partners in Prevention
Triton Health Educators
Triton Hunger Relief Fund
Students who do not have stable housing or are facing homelessness are at tremendous risk for experiencing negative impacts on their academic progress. Without a consistent, secure place to stay, these students may experience nutrition and sleep deprivation, threats to safety, stress, depression, and a lack of necessary resources to uphold daily academic requirements.
If you or someone you know is dealing with housing instability or homelessness, please contact Student Social Services for support.
Housing counseling can include the following:
- LInkage to community services/resources related to emergency housing, rental assistance, legal assistance, utility assistance, and credit repair
- Exploration and planning of available and appropriate housing options
- Individualized budgeting
- Creation of a sustainable housing plan
- Advocacy for appropriate on-campus resources
- Housing crisis intervention
Again, if you or someone you know could benefit from housing counseling with Student Social Services, contact us.