Student Needs Project
Northeast State’s Student Needs Project (SNP) attempts to address non-academic, socioeconomic factors that impact student success and retention. These factors include housing, food security, transportation, parenting, and computer/Internet access.
Student Needs Project Consortium
The Student Needs Project Consortium promotes access to campus and community resources that support the health, welfare, and needs of students outside the classroom. The SNP Consortium brings together over 30 campus offices and programs to facilitate this access.
Student Needs Project Grant
Funded by the Tennessee Board of Regents Office of Access & Diversity for the fiscal year 2013-2014, the SNP Grant funds a mobile food pantry at various times throughout the school year, assists students with transportation-related issues, connects temporarily displaced students with housing options, and assists students lacking computer/Internet access.
Contact: David Haga
Student Needs Grant Project Director