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Carlos A. Archbold PhD
Carlos A. Archbold PhD


Welcome to TRIO Student Support Services website!
Come and see us and we will help you design a pathway to success. Visit us in room A 230. This could be the beginning of a whole new college experience.

  • Individualized Education Planning
  • Career and Personal Counseling
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Financial Aid Counseling
  • Community Service Experience
  • Academic Advisement
  • Study Skills Seminars
  • Leadership Development

Submit an application to see if you qualify for TRIO Services

Click Here to Download Application

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) is a program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. At the Homestead Campus of Miami Dade College the SSS serves first generation students, economically disadvantaged, and students with disabilities. The intention is to increase the probabilities of college success and transfer to an upper division institution. With early intervention strategies, interaction with academic advisors and mentors students will be able to set both short term and long range goals. SSS also offers opportunities for educational and cultural activities, financial aid education, tutoring, career advisement and transfer assistance for those students who are part of the program.


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