Extended Opportunities Program & Services

 

EOPS/CARE

Guiding Students Towards a Successful College Path!

Important Notice on Eligibility for EOPS/CARE Program Services: Please be aware that all EOPS/CARE students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units and complete at least 3 contacts/appointments with an EOPS/CARE counselor during the fall/spring semester in order to be eligible for Program Services including Priority Registration, Book Grants, Transportation Assistance, and other services. Students who do not meet minimum Program requirements may be ineligible for Program services and/or disqualified from the Program.

 

 

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Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state funded program designed to provide academic support services to low income and educationally disadvantaged students.

EOPS is composed of a group of professionals ready to assist you with the resolution of both academic and personal issues. Our staff is set up to understand the problems of our culturally diverse population and strives to meet student needs that are as diverse as our student population.

Also under the umbrella of EOPS are two other programs that provide services to EOPS students. The CARE (Cooperative Agency Resources for Education) Program for single parents is specifically designed to provide support services and assist with the resolution of issues that are particular to this population. The Foster Youth Program has two counselors that provide support services specifically designed to assist with the problems and issues specific to this population.