Santa Ana College's Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state-funded program which works with students whose educational and socioeconomic backgrounds might limit their access to higher education or hinder their ability to be academically successful in their college-level studies. Students who meet EOPS eligibility criteria are provided services that are “over and above” those services provided by Santa Ana College to all students.
These “over and above” services are designed to help EOPS students:
Identify an educational goal (Certificate, Associate’s Degree, and/or preparation for transfer) that fits with their academic/career interests;
Develop and follow an educational plan that helps them reach their educational goal in a time-efficient manner;
Achieve success in their college-level studies and maximize their learning experiences here at SAC.
As an EOPS student, you will receive:
Assistance with cost of textbooks and school supplies
Tutoring appointments: EOPS Resource Center
Referrals to campus and community resources
EOPS application period of Spring '21 is closed.
The EOPS application for Spring 2021 closed mid-December. We will accept/review late applications through February 5 from these 3 groups only: former foster youth, potential CARE students (single head of household, cash-aided parents with child/ren under 18), and veterans.
To be considered for EOPS, students must meet all of the following criteria:
Be enrolled in 9 units or more for Spring 2021 by Friday, February 4, 2021
Qualify for California College Promise Grant
Be a California Resident (including DACA and AB540)
Have completed between 0 and 48 units, combined, from all colleges and universities attended
EOPS application period of Fall ‘21:
First two weeks in April 2021.