Extended Opportunity Programs & Services
EOPS assists students with counseling, money for books, emergency loans, priority registration, unlimited tutoring, and specialized support workshops.
- What services do EOPS students receive?
- How do students qualify?
- How is educationally disadvantaged determined?
- How to apply
- What happens after applying?
- For more information
- Priority registration
- Academic, career, and personal counseling
- Book service
- Student Educational Plan (SEP) and Semester-by-Semester Plan for each student
- Progress reports - to provide information to students as to how they are doing in their classes
- Academic follow-up of students
- Transfer/career assistance
- Student Employment Services (job prep and job placement)
- Leadership development activities
- Workshops in personal development, study skills, career, and majors
- Cultural enrichment activities
- CARE Program – Grant and additional services for EOPS students who are single parents, have a child 13 years or younger and have an open case number with the Department of Health and Human Services
- Emergency loans
- Cap and gown for graduation
- Be residents of California;
- Be enrolled full-time (12 or more units) when accepted into the EOPS program (6 units if you have certification from DSS Office);
- Not have completed more than 58 units of degree-applicable course work. This includes course work completed at all colleges previously attended;
- Be qualified to receive a Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application (BOGW) A or B; AND
- Be judged to be educationally disadvantaged.
- Assessed below Math 45 or English 114
- No high school diploma or GED
- High school GPA less than 2.50
- Previously enrolled in basic skill courses
- Is first in family to attend college
- Speaks a language other than English at home
- EOPS applications are available during the application period at the following sites (for application period check EOPS News):
- Chula Vista Campus
EOPS Office, Bldg, 1400
900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, CA 91910
- Higher Education Center National City
880 National City Blvd, National City, CA 91950
- Higher Education Center Otay Mesa
8100 Gigantic Street, San Diego, CA 92154
- Higher Education Center San Ysidro
460 West San Ysidro Blvd, San Ysidro, CA 92173
- Submit applications in person.
- For more information call (619) 482-6456.
- Student will be contacted regarding eligibility for EOPS.
- If eligible for EOPS, student will:
- Attend a mandatory EOPS orientation and sign an EOPS contract for services;
- Meet with a counselor and complete an SEP and a Semester-by-Semester Plan.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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