Project AIM (Student Support Services)



TRIO Student Support ServicesStudent Support Services (SSS) or Project AIM began at WCC in 1970. Project AIM is a federal TRIO program, funded by the U.S. Department of Education. We provide academic support and cultural enrichment activities to 235 eligible students each year, to enhance their academic performance with the goal of increasing retention, graduation, and transfer rates of our students. 

What FREE Services are provided? 

  • Assistance registering for classes/academic guidance
  • Assistance completing the FAFSA and applying for scholarships
  • Financial literacy
  • Transferee assistance to 4-year institutions
  • Campus tours of 4-year schools
  • Career assessments if unsure of degree/career path
  • Cultural activities
  • Workshops on multiple topics pertaining to study and life skills

Who is eligible to take part in Student Support Services (Project AIM)?

Eligibility is determined by multiple factors. The easiest way to find out if you are eligible is to complete our online application and let us review your application!

How do I become a participant?

Simply complete our online application, and we will let you know if we need any additional information from you!

Click the QR Code to complete the application or scroll to the bottom of this website to complete the form. 

QR code for the Project AIM application

Project AIM is located on the lower floor of Bland Hall in the One Stop.

TRIO WorksMaria Whited, Director,, 276-223-4791 

Stacy Burchett, Counselor,, 276-223-4739

Vicki Marrs, Counselor,, 276-223-4754


  • Current Start
  • Eligibility
  • Income Verification
  • Acknowledgement
  • Complete
Personal Information
U.S. Citizen
Are you a permanent resident?
Emergency Contact
Do you plan to transfer to a four-year school?