EOP/S - Extended Opportunity Program and Services
EOP/S is a program that helps low income/educationally disadvantaged students successfully complete a post secondary education. Your education could mean preparation to transfer to a university or learning the skills required to enter a vocational career. Here are the eligibility requirements and the support services offered.
Eligibility to Participate
- Low income (According to State of California Financial Aid Criteria)
- Placement of Math or English below College level courses
- Enrolled in 12 units (full-time)
- Maintain a 2.0 GPA ("C") or better
The C.A.R.E. Program is designed to assist the single parent receiving public assistance (TANF/CalWORKs). As a single parent supporting a family with the help of TANF or CalWORKs, we realize that you may feel overwhelmed with the thought of balancing the responsibilities of an education and family needs. The C.A.R.E. Program can help qualified students balance these needs with financial assistance and extra support services.
Learn more about C.A.R.E.
- Chip Marchbank, Director EOPS/C.A.R.E
- Hoai-Huong Bush, Counselor
- Michelle Sambrano, Counselor
- Russ Terry, Counselor
- Michelle Ngo, Adjunct Counselor
- Steve Nguyen, Adjunct Counselor
- Milt Tenno, Adjunct Counselor
- Bridget Vu, Outreach Specialist
- Annie Ly, Department Secretary
- Hilda Friend, EOPS Technician
- Angelyn Tran, Sr. Accountant/Secretary
- Tracy Heffelman, CARE Specialist
EOP/S is committed to serving you. If you care about yourself, your future, and education, then we care also. We want you to succeed. If you want to find out more about EOP/S, call 714-892-7711 ext 55101.
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