- Students Must be Matriculated to California State University East Bay
- Provide Proof of a Documented Disability
- A US citizen, National or Permanent Residents (students with F-1 Visas are NOT eligible)
- Students Must Currently be in the Process of Completing their FIRST Baccalaureate Degree
Project IMPACT application
Please send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are reviewed during our enrollment period of July-September. Applications received outside this period will be held, and you will be contacted during the next enrollment period. Occationally, you may be contacted sooner if space is available.
Upcoming Workshops & Events
- Preparing for the WST Workshop Series: Contact Elizabeth for details email@example.com
- Study Strategies: 4/18 - 9am-10am
- Interpersonal Relationships: 4/29 - 12pm-1pm
- Student Loans and Borrowing: 5/7 - 10am-11am
- Intro to Assitive Technology: 5/12 - 2pm-3pm
- Self-Advocacy: 5/22 - 1pm-2pm
- Basic Skills for Math: Word Problems: 5/22 - 4pm-5pm
Please register online with eventbrite.com.
PROJECT IMPACT is a federally funded TRiO Student Support Disability Services Program designed to provide ancillary assistance to students with documented disabilities. We are committed to encourage undergraduate scholars to persist in college through graduation by offering retention enhancing services such as one-on-one tutoring, assistive technology training, and skill building workshops. By fostering a closely knit learning community, Project IMPACT has supported students through collegiate accomplishments such as Honor Roll, Dean’s list and of course graduation. Being a participant in PROJECT IMPACT means being an Academic Achiever!
Project IMPACT Staff
Katie Brown, PhD
Director, Accessibility Services
Tracy Nunley, MA
Elizabeth Chueka, ATACP
Assistive Technology Trainer
Marissa Baumann, MA
Our nation has asserted a commitment to providing educational opportunity for all Americans regardless of race, ethnic background or economic circumstance. In support of this commitment, Congress established a series of programs to help low-income Americans enter college, graduate and move on to participate more fully in America’s economic and social life. These programs are funded under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and are referred to as the TRIO Programs. While student financial aid programs help students overcome financial barriers to higher education. TRIO programs help students overcome class, social and cultural barriers to higher education.