The Student Support Services Program is financed by federal funds from the US Department of Education. It provides tutorial services, counseling and cultural activities to two hundred and thirty (230) disadvantaged, low income, first generation with university level studies and/or physically handicapped students.
Its goal is to retain and graduate eligible project participants enrolled at PUPR. It is divided into three primary components: tutorial, counseling, and cultural activities. The students receive tutorial services related to the developmental courses in Mathematics, Physics, English and Spanish.