Student Support Services

Student Support Services 

Did you know that over 90% of SSS student participants maintain good academic standing?

The office of Student Support Services (SSS) recognizes that college can be challenging and overwhelming for some students. SSS promotes the mission of Harcum College and encourages students to actively participate in their academic progress and to acknowledge when they need academic support. Located in the Academic Center, the SSS department provides:

  • Academic Coaching
  • Academic Resource Center (ARC)
  • Mentorship
  • Professional Tutoring
  • Financial Literacy
  • Educational/Cultural sessions
  • Testing Accommodations (Disability Service)
  • Academic Grant Aid (Special Requirements Apply)
  • Classroom Supplies
  • Quiet Study Area

Mission: Student Support Services (SSS) is dedicated to fostering the educational process of every eligible program student. Every student’s potential is seen as a unique gift to be nurtured and developed through a network of support that includes coaching, tutoring, financial literacy, and exposure to cultural diversity. Our staff commits itself to empowering each student to achieve his or her academic and professional goals through a successful educational experience.

Goal: The SSS program serves to encourage students to remain in college and ultimately graduate with a degree. The program is designed to enhance the college experience and focuses on the retention and graduation rates of its participants as well as assisting with the transition from one level of higher education to the next.

SSS Application and Student Agreement Documents

How do I enroll?
Please print and complete the SSS Application and Student Agreement.
Contact the SSS Department at 610-526-6052 to schedule your enrollment meeting.  

Hours of Operation: 9 am- 4 pm Monday-Friday
Location: 101 Academic Center

Koyuki Yip
Interim Director of Student Support Services
Academic Center, Room 101
Phone: 610-526-6052

Emily Fahy
Director of SSS Programming
Academic Center
Phone: 610-526-6070

Supported by the Federal TRiO Grant Programs - Student Support Services (SSS)