Do I qualify for EOPS?
For EOPS, the student must meet all of the following criteria:
resident or student who meets Dream Act/AB 540 criteria (as determined by
for Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver;
“educational disadvantage”, such as: GPA in HS below 2.5 (verified
by transcript), GED or CAHSEE Certificate holder, first-generation college
student; student whose primary language is other than English; placement in
remedial-level coursework, member of an underrepresented group; emancipated
continuing college student who will have no more than 34 units of college-level
work completed (remedial units are not counted) and a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA
at time of entry to the program.
- Plan to be
a full-time student enrolled in at least12 units at time of entry to the
program, unless a waiver is granted (e.g. for student with a verified disability
or other “special circumstance”).
…and meet one of the following criteria:
- Have placed in a basic skills math or English course;
- Have previously enrolled in a basic skills math or English course;
- Be educationally disadvantaged as defined by EOPS state regulations; or
- Meet one of the alternative educational criteria identified by EOPS.
If you believe you are EOPS eligible, please come to the office during one of the open enrollment dates:
Open Enrollment Dates:
EOPS OPEN ENROLLMENT:
Applications for Spring 2014 will be accepted November 4-15, 2013
Please stop by the EOPS Office in U-101 to pick up an application.
Services Available For Eligible Participants
EOPS may provide the following services to qualified students (services are dependent on availability):
Counseling - Academic and Personal
Financial Aid Information/Assistance
Transfer Assistance/Fee Waiver
Academic Support Workshops
Study Skills, Counseling and EOPS Linked Classes
Bus Pass or Parking Permit*