Welcome from our TX-TRIO President, Tony Hall
I would like to welcome you to the Texas Association of TRIO Programs (TX-TRIO) website. TX-TRIO provides an opportunity for TRIO professionals to share their expertise, leadership skills, and abilities to demonstrate the importance of obtaining a higher education for low income, first generation, veterans and disabled student populations in our wonderful state of Texas. TX-TRIO can provide and develop an array of resources by connecting with each of our members and programs within the state.
TX-TRIO will continue to maintain a strong political voice and exhibit a strong presence within our nation to advocate for the programs and students we serve. We are proud to be a member of the Southwest Association of Student Assistance Program (SWASAP) and a key supporter of our national advocate, the Council for Opportunity in Education (COE). We work diligently together to make others aware of how we can increase resources for our students and those that work with our students.
This site is designed to provide beneficial resources, national updates, regional opportunities, and to promote the excellent work that is being done with our students in the state of Texas. We are working to increase the number of professional development and leadership opportunities for our membership. We are also working to increase the number and quality of leadership and educational opportunities available to those underrepresented students that we serve. This site will show the numerous ways that we can be involved in the movement we know as TRIO! It is my honor to serve as your President of TX-TRIO for this year.
My goals for us this year are to:
I encourage you to contact me or any of the board members with suggestions on how we can grow or work toward meeting the mission of TX-TRIO. If you are interested in serving in any leadership capacity, please feel free to contact me. I encourage you to share your experience and to help us maintain a strong commitment to those we serve.
If you are not currently a member, I hope that you will consider learning more about the network that exists in the state of Texas. The TX-TRIO Board and the Association are looking forward to working with you!
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Mr. Rodney Mitchell from the University of North Texas. Please read the note brought forth by the Student Affairs Vice President, Dr. Elizabeth With. Texas TRIO Executive Board is in communication with the UNT TRIO Programs to offer the organizations condolences and support in this most difficult time.