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Title III

What is Title III?

Title III is a 5-year U.S. Department of Education g​rant intended to improve students’ retention through completion of their college courses and increase their financial literacy.

The Title III department at Saint Paul College includes a Student Success Team, who provide integrated support to assist students enrolled in pre-college courses. These integrated services that contribute to academic success include:

  • Academic Advising/Workshops – Provides feedback on academic progress and serves as part of the students’ journey to success during their first two semesters at Saint Paul College.
  • Supplemental Instruction – Offers individualized academic support in math, reading, and writing. This academic support is provided by professional tutors in Saint Paul College’s own Fellows Program.
  • Orientation – Supplies a robust introduction to Saint Paul College that enhances students’ first-semester experience and helps them successfully transition to college.
  • Financial Literacy – Helps students gain knowledge and skills in responsible borrowing, financial planning, and literacy.
  • Wrap-Around Support – Connects students to the resources they need to achieve their educational goals.
  • Bridge Program – Provides eligible students with an opportunity to build and practice math, reading, writing, and other academic skills before beginning their Saint Paul College course.
Eligibility Criteria/Requirements

To be eligible for Title III, students must:

  • Have an academic need or require pre-college course work
  • Not have a previous degree
  • Plan to earn a degree from Saint Paul College
  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Attend Title III new-student orientation
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