Below are resources and services to assist students in being successful in their learning experience.
The Center for Access and Accommodative Services (CAAS) provides academic accommodations for students in online and in-person courses who have a diagnosed medical condition and/or disability.
The advising departments will be available for student appointments via virtual, phone and email. When making an appointment please be sure to include your phone number and the best time to reach you. An advisor will confirm it with you before calling.
Log in through your Triton student portal or directly through Blackboard. To learn the basics of using Blackboard, click here or contact the Educational Technology Resource Center (ETRC) at email@example.com.
For help getting your username to login to Blackboard, please visit the Blackboard Support page.
Financial Aid can now be used online at the Triton College Bookstore. At the time of checkout, please select the Financial Aid option and enter in your 7-digit Colleague ID number, which can be found on your schedule. Any purchases are dependent on funds available. Restrictions may apply.
Scholarships can now be used online at the Triton College Bookstore. Please contact the Financial Aid office first for approval of funds and a voucher. At the time of checkout, please select the Scholarship Voucher option and enter in your 7-digit Colleague ID number, which can be found on your schedule.
Select textbooks are also available for use in the Library.
Free Microsoft Office for Students and Employees
Students and employees can download Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Access for free. Your login information is the same as your Triton email account username and password.
Library faculty and staff are available to support you virtually and in person. E-resources are available 24/7.
The Triton College Meal Pantry is currently open for students to select a meal while on campus. It is located in the Financial Aid Office, B160.
Click here for a list of meal pantries across the Triton College district.
Protecting Yourself From Scams
During times such as these, scammers may attempt to take advantage of people through phishing scams or the sales of phony products. Do not reveal personal or financial information in email, and do not respond to email solicitations for this information. Learn more here.
Student Pell and Loan Disbursements
Financial aid is disbursing student Pell and loan disbursements as scheduled. Disbursements will be mailed to your address on record.
Student Illness Reporting
We encourage you to establish a plan at home to stay mentally and physically active and engaged in your education while keeping yourself and your family healthy. We ask any student who becomes infected with COVID-19 or any other communicable disease to notify Triton Health Services immediately, and please include your name and student ID number. The Director of Health Services will contact you for additional information and to take any additional action.
- Triton Counseling: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 708-456-0300 Ext 3588, https://www.triton.edu/students/counseling/
- Student Assistance Plan (SAP) Perspectives: www.perspectivesltd.com, username “TRI004,” password “perspectives.” May also call 800-456-6327.
- Sarah's Inn: https://sarahsinn.org/
- Leyden Family Services: https://www.leydenfamilyservice.org/
- Pillars: https://pillarscommunityhealth.org/
- Resilience: https://www.ourresilience.org/
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): https://www.namimetsub.org/
Extended tech support is available outside of regular service hours. For assistance, complete the Online Help Center Form where you can also review Frequently Asked Questions.
The Transfer Center continues to offer services and opportunities for you to connect with four-year colleges and universities, check out our website for upcoming events and ways to connect with the center. Click here to learn more.
TRIO Student Support Services
TRIO is a federally funded program that provides academic, personal and financial support to low-income and first-generation college students and those with a documented disability. Program services include but are not limited to: academic advising, personal and career mentoring, transfer guidance, and financial aid advisement. TRIO Student Support Services can be the difference between where you are and where you want to be! For more information, call 708-456-0300, X-3386 or email email@example.com.
Academic Success Center tutors provide free virtual tutoring across subject areas on a drop-in and appointment basis. 24/7 tutoring is also available via Brainfuse (login through the Student Portal).