Answered By: NSO Staff Last Updated: Sep 02, 2022 Views: 2
The Office of Student Resources serves the following Special Population groups:
Economically Disadvantaged: Students who are Pell Grant recipients or who are receiving federal assistance such as Food Stamps and/or Medicaid.
– Students with Disabilities: Students with a physical or mental impairment which could substantially limit one or more major life activities.
– Displaced Homemakers: Students who have worked without pay to care for a home and/or family and for that reason have diminished marketable skills and have been dependent on the income of another family member but is no longer supported by that income.
– Limited English Proficiency: Students having another language other than English as their first or primary language.
– Non-Traditional Program: Students enrolled in a program of study that lead to occupations or fields that have 25% or less of their gender employed within the occupation.
– Single Parents: Students who have the primary or joint custody of a dependent child. May be divorced, widowed, legally separated, or never married.
– Homeless Individuals: Students who do not have a primary residency.
– Foster Care: Students who are in, or aged out of, the foster care system.
– Active Duty: Students whose parents are on active duty in the armed forces.