The Perkins Program provides services to help students enrolled in Workforce Ready programs successfully complete an associate in applied science (AAS) degree or certificate, with the goal to enter the workforce in the chosen field immediately after completion. Students may be able to receive direct assistance through the Perkins Program if they are enrolled in a Workforce Ready Major and are a member of a Special Population.
Perkins student support can assist with:
The Perkins Program student support is intended for students who are academically or economically disadvantaged. This includes students who are a member of a Special Population, such as:
To receive assistance from the Perkins Program, students must complete a Perkins Assistance application and must provide additional information including:
Students who feel they may qualify for the Perkins Program should contact the Perkins Specialist. Qualification can usually be determined within a few minutes. To schedule an appointment to apply or for additional information:
Office of Student Accommodations
Workforce Ready Majors