Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to address your questions. Know that you and your families are in our minds and in our prayers. We understand that your learning experience will be different moving forward, and that you want to make the remainder of the semester a success.
Here are a few suggestions to consider as you transition to online course delivery:
Beginning Monday, March 16th, the TRiO SSS will be available to address your questions/concerns as well as provide the following advising appointment options during our regular business hours of 8:00am to 5:00pm, M-F in place of face-to-face appointments to accommodate your advising needs:
We all want to make this transition to online learning a successful one and provide you with assistance to the best of our abilities during this time. Lastly, YOU CAN DO THIS!!!
Please know that the dignity, health and well-being of every member of the University of the Incarnate Word community remains an institutional priority and at the heart of our Mission. UIW stands in prayer and solidarity with those around the world as we work to contain the spread of COVID-19. Please visit www.uiw.edu for information and resources regarding UIW’s COV19 response.
We encourage you to check your emails and the UIW website often for updates and resources. Lastly, due to the high level of correspondence, please allow up to 2-3 business days for a response. Every email will be answered in the order received. Be safe. Stay positive.
All the best,
Mrs. Keller & the TRiO Team
TRiO Director—Mrs. Wynette Keller, email@example.com, Office #: (210) 829-3938
TRiO Program Leader—Ms. Celeste Medellin, firstname.lastname@example.org, Office #: (210) 829-3925
TRiO Program Counselor—Mr. Victor Burgos, email@example.com, Office #: (210) 832-2152
Student Support Services (SSS) at the University of the Incarnate Word is a federally funded TRiO program. The UIW Student Support Services program provides academic support, leadership development, and educational support services to 200 students who meet first-generation, low-income, and/or disability criteria, as defined by federal guidelines. The Student Support Services program creates a supportive, educational atmosphere to actively promote retention and graduation for participants.