Lynette Lo, Student Liaison Emergency Resource

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SSS Participants: our services are all virtual now, but we are still here for you to make individual appointments for advising and tutoring. We will be conducting appointments virtually via Microsoft Teams, email, and over the phone.

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Last updated: 5/21/20

Dear SSS Students:

We are here for you! Some SSS staff will remain available online throughout the summer. This message will be updated regularly to provide the most up-to-date information you need regarding SSS services.

Stay updated on the situation by checking UWL's COVID-19 Info page

Connect with SSS Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.: 

General Inquiries: Chat on Teams   | Email | Call 608.785.8535

Advising: Advising coordinator Megan Gosse is available all summer long via email ( and Teams Chat.

Tutoring: Writing Specialist Luke Fannin is available June 10 - August 10 via email ( and Teams Chat.

Hope you have a great summer!


The SSS Team

The office of Student Support Services (SSS) is proud to be a part of the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse and the Division of Diversity & Inclusion. 

The mission of Student Support Services is to serve eligible college students and foster an institutional climate supportive of their success. Our services are designed to enhance academic skills, increase retention, increase graduation rates, and facilitate entrance into graduate and professional programs. In addition, students who qualify for SSS and have a disability will be referred to UWL's ACCESS Center for direct coordination of disability accommodations. A federally funded TRIO program, SSS provides assistance to 350 eligible students each year.

TRIO programs are funded through the Department of Education, providing educational opportunities designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. TRIO includes eight distinct outreach programs which serve and assist students as they progress through the academic pipeline from middle school through college. UW-La Crosse is the host institution for three TRIO programs including SSS, Upward Bound, and the McNair Scholars Program.

Student Support Services and the other TRIO programs are represented by the Council for Opportunity in Education (COE). COE is a non-profit organization established in 1981 to represent institutions of higher education, administrators, counselors and teachers committed to advancing equal educational opportunities and to promote diversity in America's colleges and universities.