Making Graduation a Reality, One Class at a Time!
Do you meet any of these eligibility requirements?
Program benefits include:
We accept applications throughout the year!
How to apply:
Steps to Becoming an SSS Participant:
SSS Program Documents
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Student Support Services?
Who is eligible for services?
First generation students, students who meet federal income guidelines, and students who have a documented learning, physical and/or mental health disability.
Where is SSS Office located?
The SSS Office is located on the Co-Lin Natchez Campus in the Tom Reed Academic Building, Learning Center (across from Willie Mae Dunn Library)
What are the SSS office hours?
Office hours are Monday: Thursday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
What are the Learning Center/Computer Lab hours?
Learning Center/Computer Lab hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5:45 p.m. and Friday 8a.m.-4 p.m.
Events and Activities
*Unless otherwise noted, Student Support Services events are primarily only open to Copiah-Lincoln Community College SSS students.
Cultural trips and 4 year college/university tours
We plan cultural trips and 4 year college/university tours throughout the year. If you are interested in participating in trips/university tours, contact us at 601.446.1114 for information on upcoming events.
We offer a variety of valuable seminars/presentations to assist students in achieving academic goals, developing useful class-related skills, and ensuring continued academic progress.
Student Support Services Club
All SSS participants may participate in the SSS Club, which meets on the 1st and 3rd of each month, unless otherwise noted. The purpose of the club shall be to emphasize the attainment of leadership and social skills, as well as the creation of pathways that link education to career and life satisfaction.
SSS Grant Aid
The SSS Grant Aid Award is a financial award available to SSS participants through a generous grant from the US Department of Education.
SSS Grant Aid is intended to:
• Improve participant retention by supplementing financial assistance for low-income participants with unmet financial need.
• Improve academic success by reducing the number of hours participants need to work.
• Provide incentives for participants to make timely progress in their degree program and successfully complete their coursework.
• Demonstrate support for participants who are actively using SSS resources to facilitate their academic success.
Criteria to be eligible:
Parking can be challenging on the Wesson Campus, however, we do have adequate parking spaces. Click on the map below to see designated parking lots (in gray) for areas available. Remember, the earlier you arrive on campus, the better chance you have to park close to your buildings.
DO NOT park in handicapped parking spaces unless you have the appropriate decal and parking on the grass is prohibited. “Reserved/Staff” marked spaces are for faculty/staff only. You will be ticketed for illegal parking.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We hope you have a wonderful semester!
The King's Daughters Medical Center Clinic is open on the Wesson Campus in the Stribling Associate Degree Nursing Building Room 115 during the academic year. The Clinic is open Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. to see students and faculty. A KDMC physician or nurse practitioner will be avilable in the clinic. Services include non-emergency care such as physicals, sprains, strains, illness, flu, minor lacerations, cough, cold, etc. Walk-ins welcome. To schedule an appointment call (601) 823-5182.
Region 8 provides mental health services on the Wesson Campus. Their 24-hour crisis hotline number is