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EOPS Requirements and Services

How to Qualify for EOPS/Eligibility:

  • You must be a California resident
  • You must be enrolled as a full-time student (12 units or more)
  • You must be eligible for the BOGW (California Board of Governor’s Waiver A or B)
  • You must have fewer than 30 units of degree applicable credits as defined by Title V Education Code Section 69640
  • You must be educationally disadvantaged as defined by EOPS

EOPS offers several services to assist eligible students in successfully completing their educational goal(s). 

 

  • Priority Registration
  • Book Services: loans or vouchers
  • Scholarship Information
  • School Supplies
  • Outreach and Recruitment
  • Orientation of College: assessment, registration scheduling of classes, and college information
  • Counseling Services: academic, career and personal
  • Assistance with Financial Aid (FAFSA)
  • Transfer Services: applying to CSU/UC/Private
  • Cultural and Educational Events
  • CARE: Services for single parents
  • CalWORKs (is housed in the EOPS/CARE office)


EOPS Student’s Responsibilities:

 

  • Be enrolled full-time (unless approved by a counselor)
  • Meet your mandatory three counseling appointments each semester
  • Turn in a Faculty Feedback form every semester
  • Attend Early Scheduling in May and November
  • Notify EOPS Office of any changes in person (class schedule, dropping a course, major, address, phone number and e-mail and personal status).