TRIO Student Support Services (2023)

What is TRiO?

The TRIO Programs were originally established by the federal government in 1965 to ensure equal educational opportunity for all Americans, regardless of race, ethnic background, or economic circumstance.

TRIO programs are very effective and many students from low-income families depend on these programs to succeed academically in high school and have graduated from college with the special assistance and support of our nation's TRIO programs. In addition, one TRIO program in particular, the Ronald E. McNair post Baccalaureate Achievement, is one of only a few programs in America that encourages low-income and minority undergraduates to prepare for Doctoral study.

Although 11 million Americans critically need to access the TRIO programs, federal funding permits fewer than 7 percent of eligible youth and adults. In many communities, the TRIO programs are some of the only programs that help students to overcome class, social, academic and cultural barriers to higher education.

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Who are we?

TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) Program is a federally funded program designed to help eligible students stay in school, graduate, and transfer to a 4-year institution. Students who qualify may utilize any of the free services listed below. Cambridge students are also eligible to apply. Every year, 80% of our TRiO SSS students maintain good academic standing and 70% stay in school the following year, graduate, and/or transfer to another school.

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Why should you join TRiO Student Support Services?

  • Individualized tutoring one hour a week per subject
  • Academic advising
  • Assistance with registering for courses
  • Support with study skills, time management, and test anxiety
  • Assistance with applying for financial aid
  • Transfer and career planning
  • Cultural opportunities
  • And more!

There are also specific programs for Veterans and STEM areas of study.

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Do you qualify?

To qualify, students must have a high school diploma or GED® and meet one or more of the following criteria:

Prospective students meet with TRiO Student Support Services staff to discuss eligibility, the services they need, and program requirements before they are admitted to the program.

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The TRiO Tribune March 2022/ Spring Semester/Volume 15
In this issue:

  • Fall 2021 Recap
  • Spring 2022 Events
  • Staff Spotlight
  • Department Spotlight
  • TRiO Resources

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Meet the Staff

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Christle Foster
Executive Director of TRiO Programs,

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Welcome to TRiO! My name is Christle Foster and I am the Director of TRiO Programs here at Chesapeake College. I am a graduate of North Caroline High School, Class of 1988! I received my bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Master's of Science in Management from Wilmington University. I am currently studying for a Doctorate in Philosophy in Organizational Leadership at the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore.

I credit Chesapeake College with starting me on the long journey of scholarship. I was a non-traditional student and single mother when I really got serious about my education. Professor Hearn gave me the confidence that business was my career path in his Accounting I course. I never would have thought that 20 years later, I would come full circle back to Chesapeake College. Destiny has a way of putting you where you are most useful in this life and providing purpose.

I want you to know as a student, that TRiO is here to help with the things you need to be successful at this institution and beyond. Sometimes, as a student you may not even know what that is and that is perfectly fine. Many of the staff have been in your shoes at some point in time and we are here to aid you as navigators through the college process, help you understand the language of the college environment, and become confident in your knowledge. Feel free to give me a call at 410 443-8230 or email me at until we are back on campus. I don’t know magic or have any superpowers, but I may know someone who can answer your questions or help you with a little bit of research to help you successfully navigate your journey and complete your coursework at Chesapeake to help you get closer to your dreams and aspiration for the future!

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Duane Norwood
Associate Director – Classic,

Greetings everyone. My name is Duane Norwood the Associate Director for TRiO Student Support Services at Chesapeake College. I'm a graduate of Coppin State University with a Bachelor of Science in Social Science and currently working to complete a master’s degree in educational leadership. For the past 20 years I've worked in education in a variety of capacities from classroom teacher, student advocate, academic advisor and program director.

I’m delighted by the opportunity to work with TRiO staff and students at Chesapeake College. The possibility to provide leadership & support is an exciting prospect, allowing me not only to contribute my passion and strengths, but to also work in this dynamic and purposeful arena.

It’s my belief that the TRiO programs (especially Student Support Services) are truly an effective academic success program for such a diverse population because the staff focuses on empowering the students to find the answer to their own questions, often using empathy and humor.

I am happy that you chose to join the TRiO family here at Chesapeake College, wish for you all continued success in the future and look forward to working with each and every one of you. TRiO is here to serve you, as we are designed to help you develop the competence and confidence that you need to achieve and earn your associates degree and so much more. We encourage you to make great use of our services, and help us to help you make the best of your college experience. TRiO Works!!!

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Katrina S. Johnson
Associate Director – STEM,

I am Katrina S. Johnson, Associate Director-STEM for the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Program. I received a Bachelor's degree in Human Services Administration, a Master's degree in Administration of Human Services, and a Master's Certificate in Case Management in Human Services.

I am a Baltimore City native who moved to the Eastern Shore 10 years ago to provide a better upbringing for my children. The culture on the shore is slower and more enjoyable. I love the quiet neighborhoods, the water scenery, and the seafood.

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After 5 years of working in the financial aid office, I had the opportunity to join the TRIO team. To my surprise, this position has blessed my life tremendously. I am able to help others in several capacities. I am considered “the counselor” to my family and close friends so my position fits me well. My favorite part of my position is the success of my students. You guys are my motivation.

I look forward to getting to know all of our TRIO students and helping them succeed. I am glad that you are a part of the TRIO family. Believe in yourself and lean on those who are praying for your success.

Never give up!

Academic Coach and Certified in Mental Health First Aid

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Kristin Shearon
TRiO Academic Coordintaor,

Welcome TRiO students! I am Kristin Shearon, Academic Coordinator for all things STEM related! I received my B.A. in Psychology/Spanish from Mount St. Mary's University and my M.Ed. in School Counseling from West Chester University. Growing up just outside of Philadelphia, when I came to the eastern shore 25 years ago to work in the public schools, I had culture shock- so many cornfields and the only traffic jam was caused by a combine! But I loved it and decided to stay. After many years as a school counselor, I had the opportunity to come to Chesapeake College to work in the newly funded TRiO STEM program. Every morning, I come to Chesapeake College looking forward to what my day will bring. I look forward to getting to know all of our TRiO students and to help them in this exciting journey! Thank you for being a part of our TRiO family!

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Tyler Henry
TRiO Academic Coordintaor,

Hello everyone! My name is Tyler Henry and I am here for YOU as a TRiO Academic Coordinator at Chesapeake College! For those of you new to TRiO Student Support Services, welcome! As your Academic Coordinator I am here to advise and assist you in mapping out your academic and personal goals while helping you solve any potential issues you may experience here at Chesapeake or beyond. A little bit about me, I was born here on the shore right over at the Easton Memorial Hospital. I grew up in Denton, MD, and spent most of my high school experience as a dual-enrolled student here at Chesapeake! I went to get my BA in English at Messiah College in Harrisburg, PA and the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham, England. As a recent graduate and current Master’s program student I’m EXTREMELY familiar with what you are currently dealing with and have loads of tips and strategies to help you thrive here at Chesapeake and beyond!

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Deborah Wooden
Deborah Elizabeth Foster Wooden was born in Cambridge, Maryland, Dorchester County, the middle child of the late Alfred and Roberta Foster. She attended Mace’s Lane High School through 1969 and graduated from Cambridge High School with the class of 1970-the first total integrated class of Dorchester County. Deborah attended the University of Maryland Eastern Shore 1970-1974 and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education. Again this was the 1st class to graduate under the University system having completed 4 years. Her educational journey continued as she attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana receiving a Masters of Science in Administration and Supervision in 1975, and later in 1994, she received her Masters of Education in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. . Deborah began her career in 1975 as a Special Education assistant teacher at Sandy Hill Elementary in Dorchester County, in 1976-1977 she returned to UMES as a Dormitory Counselor and Cheerleader Advisor and in 1977 returned to Dorchester County as a Physical Education teacher for 25 years at Mace’s Lane Middle School and 18 years as a Guidance Counselor later known as School Counselor until her retirement in June 2017.

Deborah has always cared and worked for the betterment of children being involved with after-school programs and activities, Dorchester County Recreation Parks, Summer School, Summer Migrant Program, Character Counts to name a few. She was the Food Bank Coordinator, and Student Council Advisor, She has received numerous awards and citations/recognitions throughout her lifelong journey both professional and personal. She was named the Grand Marshall of the Dorchester County Christmas Parade, and received the Dorchester Co. Rec and Parks 2015 Community Service Award, received Dorchester County’s Fellows Award-nominated twice for Dorchester’s Teacher of The Year. Deborah is a Life member and Silver Star of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., a chartered member of Kappa Theta Omega chapter, a graduate of Nellie Quander Leadership Academy, a Life member of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Alumni Association, The Dorchester County NAACP, The Mace’s Lane High School Steering Committee, the Dorchester County Retired Employees Association. Deborah is a member of New Revived United Methodist Church where she serves as a Lay Leader, and Worship Leader, she is a member of Friends of Stanley Institute Community Group.

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She is married to James L. Wooden and they make their home in Trappe, Maryland. They have 3 daughters, 9 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren, 5 nieces,1 nephew, and 4 great-nephews and 2 great-nieces. Deborah loves life, her family, and helping others.

Quote from Vivian Jackson: ” Don’t wait for the storm to pass, Learn to dance in the rain!’’

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Terry Perkins-Black
TRiO Academic Coordinator,

Welcome to TRIO! Terry Perkins Black, Academic Coordinator, is a native of Chestertown, Maryland. She graduated from the Kent County Public School system. Upon high school graduation, Terry attended Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, where she acquired a bachelor's degree in Public Administration with a minor in Business. She is a first-generation college graduate. Currently, she is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Administration of Human Service at Wilmington University.

Terry’s passion for serving others has been embedded in her professional and personal life. This passion is manifested in her 27 years, role as a Parole and Probation Agent with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, until retirement (2019). In 2019 driven by her ambition and desire to assist students in navigating the college application process, Mrs. Perkins-Black served as the Minority Achievement Coordinator at Queen Anne’s County High School.

Her passion to serve students was created from her own experiences as a student, those of her daughter’s, and her daughter’s peers. These unfortunate circumstances inspired Terry to act on her calling to help students gain and sustain college admission. Terry was blatantly discouraged from attending college and “labeled, less than college material”, this doubt, sparked a spirit of perseverance in her that remains today. Terry became empowered to take the position, anyone willing and capable should never be deterred from pursuing and attaining a college education. Her work as a servant leader has been hinged upon the words of Dorothy Height, “Without service, we would not have a strong quality of life. It’s important to the person who serves as well as the recipient. It’s the way in which we ourselves grow and develop.” Terry’s has assisted numerous students in applying for college, scholarships, and financial aid. However, her greatest joy is helping students discover their voice, talents, abilities, skills, and purpose in life. She inspires her students by planting seeds of hope and utilizing timeless adages such as “To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe” Anatole France.

Terry enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, researching familial genealogy, shopping, eating crabs, cooking and baking, and relaxing at the beach. Terry is a member of the Maryland Department of Human Services Citizen Review Board for Children, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc Kappa Theta Omega Chapter, National Association of Parliamentarians, and Howard County Parliamentarian Unit.

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Lareese Cathey
Administrative Associate STEM Program,

I am Lareese Cathey-Jackson, Administrative Assistant for the TRiO STEM program. I am a Chesapeake College Alumni. I received my A.A in Liberal Studies here at Chesapeake. I grew up in the city of Philadelphia “The City of Brotherly Love”, The Home of the Sixers, and the Nesting Place for the E.A.G.L.E.S. I moved to the eastern shore 9 years ago hoping to create better opportunities for my family. My family consist of my husband and 3 children- my daughter is 17 years old coming out of High school, my oldest son is 12 years old in middle school, and the new addition to our family my 3 month old son.

My passions are to help at risk youth and give them positive exposure to life changing opportunities. I am the founder and visionary of a Non-Profit entity called Angels at a Distance Inc., our Mantra is “Guarding Our Youth One Life at a Time”. My childhood experiences helped me to have compassion and understanding for some of the pressures, and problems our youth face today. I believe giving back to your community and paying it forward to the next generation will help build a strong, supportive foundation for youth everywhere.

The TRiO Program has helped shape my intellect and desire to become a better me every day. I am well pleased with the opportunities TRiO has offered me to help enhance the students experience here at Chesapeake College. I am no stranger to hard work and dedication when it comes to creating opportunities for the next generation. I have a heart to help people succeed and I know that change starts from within.

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I look forward to meeting each and every one of you! GO TEAM TRIO!


What does TRIO mean in Education? ›

The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.

What are the benefits of TRIO? ›

Benefits of TRIO
  • Quick and Loans Trip.
  • Academic tutoring and peer mentoring.
  • Academic workshops and cultural events.
  • Financial aid advising and financial literacy education.
  • Graduate and professional school preparation.
  • Develop stronger relationships with your peers, instructors, and advisors.

What is student support services WSU? ›

Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program through the U.S. Department of Education. The program is funded to provide services to students from first generation and limited income families as well as students with disabilities. Interested in SSS?

What is a TRIO member? ›

The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO, also stylized as TRiO) are federal outreach and student services programs in the United States designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. They are administered, funded, and implemented by the United States Department of Education.

Are TRIO programs effective? ›

Data from these studies demonstrate that participation in a TRIO program has a significant impact on the educational outcomes of low-income, first-generation students and students with disabilities.

How much is a trio? ›

A group of three.

What is a trio plan? ›

Trio is a comprehensive medical plan that covers only in-network providers and facilities within certain California counties. Your primary care doctor is responsible for the overall coordination of your care.

Why were TRIO programs created? ›

The federally funded TRiO programs were created to motivate and support low-income and first-generation, minority students in progressing through the academic pipeline from middle school through college.

What is the difference between Trio and Duo? ›

Duos and trios are a family of mixed drinks. A duo contains a spirit and a liqueur; a trio additionally contains a creamy ingredient, commonly cream or Irish cream.

What do you mean by students support services? ›

Student support services are an essential component of e-learning provision. Students' retention, success and satisfaction are their main objectives. Institutions should develop policies and strategies for the design and provision of student support services.

What is the purpose of student services? ›

According to the U.S. Department of Education, the goal of student services programs is to raise the college completion rate, especially among first-generation students, low-income students, and students with disabilities.

What is trio WSU? ›

Overview. The U.S. Department of Education's TRIO Program is a federal outreach and student services program designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.

How many members are in a trio? ›

A trio is a group of three people together, especially musicians or singers.

How long has trio been around? ›

Carleton's TRIO/SSS program began in 1981, but the origins of the program date back to President Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty. The Educational Opportunity Act of 1964 established an experimental program known as Upward Bound. Then, in 1965, the Higher Education Act created Talent Search.

What's higher than a trio? ›

In Western classical and jazz music, the terms duet (two), trio (three), quartet (four), quintet (five), sextet(six), septet (seven), octet (eight), nonet (nine) and dectet (ten), describe groups of two up to ten musicians and/or vocalists.

What does APR in TRIO stand for? ›

This letter is in regard to the Student Support Services Program (SSS) Annual Performance Report (APR) submission for the 2019-20 reporting year. Beginning November 2, 2020, please visit to access the Web application. The deadline for submitting the APR is December 7, 2020.

Does UCLA have a TRIO program? ›

The UCLA McNair Research Scholars Program is a federally-funded TRIO program designed to prepare AAP members for doctoral study.

What is the difference between Upward Bound and Talent Search? ›

Key Differences with Upward Bound: Talent Search is far less selective in who is admitted into the program due to the much higher availability of seats in the program. Therefore, the application process is much simpler, requiring no recommendations or interviews.

Where can I buy a trio pass? ›

You can purchase your Trio ticket from a wide range of retail outlets including any staffed Merseyrail booking office.

What is a trio for 4 people? ›

3=triad, trine, trio, triumvirate. 4=quartet, tetrad *** ANSWER.

What is the 5 version of trio? ›

It is a quintet. A quintet is a group containing five members. It is commonly associated with musical groups, such as a string quintet, or a group of five singers, but can be applied to any situation where five similar or related objects are considered a single unit.

What is the difference between Blue Shield Access and trio? ›

The Trio HMO plan offers the same medical benefits as the Access+ HMO® plan. Plus, Trio offers: A lower employee premium contribution. The Trio HMO plan will cost you less than the Access+ HMO plan.

What is Blue Shield trio? ›

With Trio, you have access to a specially selected network of doctors, hospitals, and specialists who are committed to working together to deliver a better healthcare experience. You and your dependents must live or work in the Trio HMO plan service area to be eligible for coverage.

Why is it called TRIO program? ›

In 1968, Student Support Services, which was originally known as Special Services for Disadvantaged Students, was authorized by the Higher Education Amendments and became the third in a series of educational opportunity programs. By the late 1960's, the term "TRIO" was coined to describe these federal programs.

What year did TRIO programs start? ›

The Upward Bound (UB) Program, the first Federal TRIO Program, was created under the authority of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended.

What is the history of TRIO? ›

TRIO began as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty. The Educational Opportunity Act of 1964 established an experimental program known as Upward Bound. Then, in 1965, the Higher Education Act created Talent Search.

What's next after trio? ›

Solo, Duo, Trio, Quartet, Quintet.

Which is better trio or quartet? ›

So to summarise, overall we know that string quartet sounds better than string trio in almost all situations. But of course, string trio has its own charm, is slightly more intimate and may be more suited to particular events and smaller venues.

What do you call a trio? ›

A triad is three things or people considered as one unit. A triad is a trio. A triangle is a shape with three sides. Similarly, a triad is a set of three things or people.

What is the purpose of TRIO SSS? ›

What is TRIO Student Support Services? The Student Support Services (SSS) program provides support services to low-income students, first generation college students, and disabled students enrolled in post-secondary education programs.

What are examples of support services? ›

Supportive services are services such as transportation, child care, or dependent care, necessary to enable an individual to participate in activities authorized under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act.

Why is student support services important? ›

Student support services help keep these students enrolled by giving them tools to break through their barriers to completion. Tutoring, childcare, financial aid services, student healthcare, mental health services, IT support and a host of other programs can empower students to keep pushing and achieve their goals.

What does a student support officer do? ›

A Student Support Officer looks after the various needs of students at a school, university or training organisation. You might provide students with information or advice on subject and course selection or provide guidance with other issues affecting their lives.

Which of the following are student services? ›

These services may include academic support services, academic advising, admissions, alcohol and drug education programs, career services, campus ministries, community service and service learning, counseling, financial aid, food services, fraternities and sororities, health centers, housing and residence life, ...

What services does the student development and support offer? ›

Directorate of Student Development and Support (SDS)

Comprehensive and proactive life skills programme (personal, social and academic outcomes) and extensive student mentorship programme in the area of academic tutoring, disability support, social support and career support.

What is the TRIO caucus? ›

Congressional TRIO Caucus – provides a forum to collaborate on issues relevant to helping low-income, first-generation students, including students with disabilities and military veterans, successfully pursue a postsecondary education.

What is TRIO at VCU? ›

TRIO, a federally funded program, supports undergraduate students by providing guidance, tools and resources that lead to academic success for first-generation, low-income and students with disabilities.

What is TRIO Uvu? ›

TRIO is a federally funded program that provides ongoing support throughout a student's college career. We promote student development by providing opportunities to grow personally, socially, and academically. At the present time, we are funded to serve 150 students.

What does a TRiO director do? ›

JOB SUMMARY: The Director of TRiO/Student Support Services is responsible for overseeing the TRiO/Student Support Services grant, including planning and coordinating program activities, supervising personnel, and reporting related to the proper application of grant provisions, staff supervision, grant reporting, and ...

Who is the owner of TRIO? ›

Jeetendra Upadhye - CEO at Trio Corporation Pvt.

How many TRIO programs are there in the US? ›

There are eight programs that make up TRIO, each one of them with a unique focus. The eight programs are meant to help students who come from low-income backgrounds, students with disabilities, and first-generation college students.

Who created Trio A? ›

Yvonne Rainer's “No Manifesto”

A year before creating Trio A, Yvonne Rainer wrote her “No Manifesto” (1965). Through it, she declared her opposition to the dominant forms of dance of the period—typified by Martha Graham—and outlined the tenets of her radical new approach: No to spectacle. No to virtuosity.

What are 5 people called? ›

While not commonly used, a group of five would be called a pentad.

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a subordinate division of a minuet, scherzo, march, etc., usually in a contrasted key and style (perhaps originally written for three instruments or in three pa...

What does the term trio mean? ›

1a : a musical composition for three voices or instruments. b : the performers of a musical trio. 2 : a group or set of three.

How many members are in a trio? ›

A trio is a group of three people together, especially musicians or singers.

Why is it called trio? ›

trio, a musical composition for three instruments or voices, or a group of three performers. The term trio came to be identified with the middle section of a dance movement in ternary form (the b section of an aba form such as a minuet or a scherzo).

Is trio short for something? ›

A group of three people or things, especially musicians. A piece of music written for three musicians.

What is the best trio? ›

Famous Trios
  • 01Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura.
  • 02Harry, Hermione, and Ron.
  • 03Ash, Misty, and Brock.
  • 04Luke, Leia, and Han Solo.
  • 05Shrek, Fiona, and Donkey.
  • 06SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward.
  • 07Mario, Luigi, and Bowser.
  • 08Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli.
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When did trio begin? ›

The history of TRIO is progressive. It began with Upward Bound, which emerged out of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 in response to the administration's War on Poverty. In 1965, Talent Search, the second outreach program, was created as part of the Higher Education Act.

What is the 5 version of trio? ›

It is a quintet. A quintet is a group containing five members. It is commonly associated with musical groups, such as a string quintet, or a group of five singers, but can be applied to any situation where five similar or related objects are considered a single unit.

Why were TRIO programs created? ›

The federally funded TRiO programs were created to motivate and support low-income and first-generation, minority students in progressing through the academic pipeline from middle school through college.

What is higher than a trio? ›

Duos and trios are usually the words used for musical groups. There follows quartets, quintets, sextets, septets, octets and nonets. A septet is a group of 7.

What is a trio section? ›

a composition for three performers or three musical parts. in larger works, the middle section of a ternary form (so named because of the 17th-century practice of scoring the contrasting second or middle dance appearing between two statements of a principal dance for three instruments)

What is the 4 version of trio? ›

Solo, Duo, Trio, Quartet, Quintet.

What is the 4 word for trio? ›

Four, five, six: Quartet, quintet, sextet. Note that these words are uncommon and sound quirky or formal.

What is the 4 people version of a trio? ›

A group of four is called a quartet, mainly if you are referring to people.

What does trio mean in text? ›

trio. / (ˈtriːəʊ) / noun plural trios. a group of three people or things. music.

How do I pronounce trio? ›

Break 'trio' down into sounds: [TREE] + [OH] - say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them. Record yourself saying 'trio' in full sentences, then watch yourself and listen.

How do you use Word trio? ›

Trio sentence example
  1. The trio was out of camera range a few steps later. ...
  2. Fred joined the trio and nodded in agreement. ...
  3. When the trio came back from their walk, the men said their goodbyes and left. ...
  4. The grief in her voice rested heavy on the trio.

› dictionary › trio ›

Whether it's birds, opera singers, aces, or golfers, you can use the word trio to refer to anything made up of three.

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The meaning of TRIO is a musical composition for three voice parts or three instruments. How to use trio in a sentence.
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