General Education Plans
Location: SSB, 2nd Floor
Senior Office Assistant
|Monday||8:00 am - 6:00 pm|
|Tuesday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Wednesday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Friday||8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
Welcome to EOP&S
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOP&S)
EOP&S is a state-funded support program designed to assist qualified low-income and educationally disadvantaged students in completing their educational goals with the assistance of financial and student support services. It's an invitational program open only to those who qualify and commit to participate in the program.
EOP&S Student Learning Outcomes
It is the goal of EOP&S to ensure that each participating student is proficient in understanding the complexities of higher education, knowledgeable of resources necessary to be successful in their studies, and to develop a "road map" to achieving their objectives. EOP&S evaluates its effectiveness in providing quality services by identifying student learning outcomes and assessing the extent to which students have achieved those outcomes.
- Identify their career objective
- Identify their academic objective
- Follow their Student Educational Plan developed in conjunction with their EOP&S counselor
Students will enhance their success by:
- Participating in EOP&S Tutoring
- Receiving books through the EOP&S Book Service
- Participating in Academic Probation Workshops
Students will be successful participants in EOP&S by attending an EOP&S New Student Orientation. They will develop a sense of self-worth and accomplishment by participating in the annual EOP&S Graduation/Transfer ceremony.
The EOP&S application process is now closed. The application will be available online only and we will open the application process again approximately one month prior to the Spring 2019 start date.
Before you apply, make sure that you;
1. Are enrolled in 12 active units for Fall 2018 (or, 9 units if you are CAFYES-eligible) Wait-listed courses are not considered as enrolled. You must be enrolled in 12 units.
2. You qualify for the California Promise Grant. You can do that by applying for Financial Aid at www.FAFSA.gov
Remember: As an EOP&S student, you are required to complete three (3) appointments each Fall and Spring semester. Please try to make your appointments in a timely manner. We suggest the following recommended as a guideline:
- 1st Appointment should be completed by September 28, 2018
- 2nd Appointment should be completed by November 2, 2018
- 3rd Appointment should be completed by December 14, 2018
*If you fail to meet these deadlines please contact our office to see if we can make other arrangements.
We offer walk-in counseling to students to have quick questions answered. Walk-in counseling is offered Monday through Friday at varying times and it does not count for contact credit. Generally the weekly walk-in times for Fall 2018 are; Monday, from 2-3pm, Tuesday from 9-10am, Wednesday from 3-4pm, Thursday from 12-1pm and Friday from 1-2pm
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE)
CARE is an EOP&S program created especially for students who are single parents (head of household) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients. In addition to special counseling, CARE assists students with extra childcare expenses, if needed, meal tickets, and supplies. Students must qualify for the EOP&S program to participate.
Cooperating Agencies Foster Youth Educational Support (CAFYES)
CAFYES is designed for current or former foster youth whose dependency was established or continued by the court on or after a student’s 16th birthday. Qualified students receive assistance balancing their academic needs with financial assistance (for meals, textbooks, school supplies, graduation, and more) and additional support services.
How do I qualify for EOP&S?
To qualify for the EOP&S Program, you must meet all of the following requirements:
1. Be a California resident or meet California Dream Act requirements
2. Be enrolled in 12 or more active units each semester
3. Have less than 70 degree-applicable units
4. Be educationally disadvantaged as defined by EOP&S regulations
5. Be eligible to receive financial aid in the form of a California Promise Grant