TRIO works to unlock your future
Our programs provide cultural and academic support to participants in greater Southwest Virginia to help them pursue and obtain postsecondary education.
This early intervention program for students in grades six through 12 helps young people better understand their educational opportunities and options.
This program helps high school students overcome social, academic, and cultural barriers to higher education.
Grow your leadership skills, build community, and support your own personal development.
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Meet the Talent Search and Upward Bound team and email your advisor.
Article ItemTalent Search maps out a path to college for hundreds of first-generation students , article
Virginia Tech's TRIO Programs has been awarded a $1.88 million, five-year extension from the U.S. Department of Education to continue helping first-generation and economically disadvantaged students in Southwest Virginia graduate from high school and pursue higher education.
Article ItemFor VTCSOM’s Richard Vari, Upward Bound opened his eyes to the world , article
The senior dean of academic affairs at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine in Roanoke says Upward Bound widened his perspective and helped keep him on track to become the first in his family to attend college.
Article ItemFirst in the family , article
On their paths to graduation, many first-generation students must contend with a variety of structural and social barriers. In this first part of a two-part series, we look at a slate of Virginia Tech programs that supports them as they strive for success.