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Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program designed to assist eligible students with their academic endeavors. The program’s goal is to improve the retention and graduation rate of eligible students. Services offered include academic advisement, career and personal counseling, study skills workshops, and transfer assistance. To meet the eligibility requirements, you must:

  1. be enrolled as a MSC student
  2. have an academic need
  3. belong to one of the following groups
    • first generation college student
      (neither parent has a 4-year college degree)
    • financially disadvantaged (as determined by federal guidelines)
    • have a documented disability

In addition, a student must also have an academic need for program services.
Services Provided by the Program May Include:

  • Instruction in basic study skills
  • Tutorial services
  • Academic, financial, or personal counseling
  • Assistance in securing admission and financial aid for enrollment in four-year institutions
  • Information about career options

For more information, contact the Student Support Services office at extension 203 or come by the SSS office located in the Student Services Building.

Student Support Services Staff

Director:  Linda Taylor, ‚Äč580-387-7261
Counselor:  Bridget Hilburn, 580-387-7264
Counselor:  Ronda Pickens, 580-387-7262
Educational Support Specialist:  Susan Sides, 580-387-7263

Math and Science Tutors
Spring 2012 Schedules

MSC Campus

Christy Uzzel
11 am-4:30 pm
11am-4:30 pm

11 am-5 pm

11am-4 pm

John Hairell

2-5 pm 

9 am-12:30 pm
2-5 pm
9 am-12:30 pm
2-4 pm

Murray at Ardmore

Norma Latham
Monday & Wednesday
9-12:30 Lobby
12:30-4:00 Rm. 10
4:00-5:00 Lobby
9:00-3:00 Lobby


Must be a SSS student and show SSS tutor card.
SSS office located in North Hall of Student Services Building. Rm. 117.
subject to change

Murray State College Provides Opportunities for
Student Learning, Personal Growth, Professional Success, and Community Enhancement.