Earlier this semester, the TRiO Student Support Services program was able to increase their emergency fund thanks to the help of the Associate Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. at the University of Missouri.
Amos Jaimes came to Mizzou with the goal of becoming involved, but decided to go above and beyond in making others feel included. He spent his time here at Mizzou participating in the LGBTQ Resource Center and Multicultural Center, where he was able to learn about many identities both similar and different to his own - and to educate his peers while promoting a deeper understanding of how to be inclusive of all people.
TRiO student Clayton Johnson is crowned Mizzou's 2019 Homecoming King.
Nnamdi Egwuonwu, a TRiO student mentor about to do a CNBC fellowship, graduates this spring. But when he came to Mizzou, his first goal was just to make a friend.
We are sad to announce that Mykesha Jackson, TRiO Advisor for Trulaske College of Business students, passed away unexpectedly this January. To her colleagues and students, Mykesha was more than just an advisor. She will be remembered as a woman who valued family and friends and was truly dedicated to ensuring her students were supported to reach their own success. She will be greatly missed.