TRIO Conaway Achievement Project
The mission of the TRIO Conaway Achievement Project (TCAP) is to students actualize their maximum potential and persist toward graduation. The objective of the TCAP program is to provide services that not only promote the well-being of students, but also assist them toward achieving personal and academic goals. The TRIO Conaway Achievement Project is a federally funded TRiO Student Support Services program.
We serve students who are:
TCAP offers a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere in which participants can study, receive academic help, and socialize. Project advisors provide personal and academic counseling, referrals, and support. TCAP also offers:
To utilize all TCAP services, you must fill out an application and be accepted into the program. This is a 2 step process. To complete the first step, pre-application, please click the following button and fill out the short form.
Make an Appointment
This link is for perspective TCAP students who have been selected for an interview and were notified via email. This link is also for current TCAP students who would like to meet with an advisor, you can make an appointment by clicking the following button.
Complete a Student Success Plan
Complete an Exit Interview
For current students who are completing the TRiO program and have been asked to complete an exit interview you can access the Exit Interview by clicking the following button.
Student Information Sessions
We are hosting sessions to provide information about the TRIO program. Sign up for one of the sessions below and learn more about how TRIO can support student success. There will be time for questions during each session.
Staff and Faculty Information Sessions
Need a different day/time to attend? Schedule a Q&A at a time convenient for you, your department, or your class. Please visit https://forms.gle/zg9rsdaUb9L2pJPR7 to submit your request.
623 S. Wabash, Room 304
Chicago, IL 60605
Office Phone: 312-369-8135
Monday-Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
* If you need assistance with classroom or campus accommodations for documented disabilities, please visit Service for Students with Disabilities (SSD) located at 623 S. Wabash, room 311 or call 312-369-8296.