EOPS Student Support

Services

  • Counseling
    EOPS/CARE provides students with individualized academic, personal and transfer counseling.  Students are required to make three contacts each fall and spring semester.  They must meet with an EOPS counselor for at least two of the three contacts.  Additional contacts may be made with an EOPS staff member/peer advisor.  Contacts for fall and spring semester must be made at least 4-5 weeks apart.  Contacts made two weeks prior to the term count as contacts for the main term.
     
  • Priority Registration
    EOPS/CARE students in good standing are eligible for priority registration.  Priority registration for spring semester is generally during the month of November.  Summer priority registration takes place in April and priority registration for fall semester is generally during the month of July.  Students may access their exact appointment times on MySite by checking their appointment under the information tab.   Priority registration for summer is during the spring term.  Usage of priority registration is key for EOPS/CARE students to effectively follow their academic plan and graduate or transfer in a timely manner.
  • EOPS and/or CARE Book Services
    EOPS/CARE students in good standing are eligible for a book voucher to assist with the cost of their textbooks. Students must also register on their earliest assigned registration date in at least 9 academic units to qualify for a book voucher.   

    Students taking second 8 week classes must come to the EOPS/CARE office to obtain their book voucher during the first three weeks of the term.

  • Textbook Loan Program
    EOPS/CARE students who have exhausted their book voucher funds and/or were not granted a book voucher due to eligibility and are still in need of books may request to borrow a book from the EOPS library.  The book will be loaned to the student until the end of the semester.

    Parking Permit Services
    Semester Parking Permits may be available to eligible EOPS/CARE students in good standing. Parking permits are distributed at the beginning of the semester along with book vouchers.
     
  • Bus Pass
    Bus passes may be available to eligible EOPS/CARE students in good standing.  Bus passes are distributed at the beginning of the semester along with book vouchers.
     
  • Cap & Gown
    Graduating EOPS/CARE students may request a cap & gown from the EOPS/CARE office.
  • Career Packet Vouchers
    EOPS students who are enrolled in Applied Psychology or Women’s Studies courses may be required by their professor to purchase a career assessment packet.  EOPS provides career packet vouchers covering the cost of the assessment(s) to students in good standing with the program.  Students may also be provided with vouchers for career assessments recommended by their EOPS counselor.

  • ASG Sponsored Events (Pending Availability of Funds)
    The Associated Student Government (ASG) co-sponsors events each year with EOPS/CARE.  These events include

    • Adopt-a-Family: EOPS/CARE students are invited to participate in “Adopt-A-Family.”  In this program, EOPS/CARE families are provided with gifts for the holiday season.  The EOPS/CARE student makes a request along with the names, ages and clothing sizes of all family members.  The Associated Student Government secures donations from students, faculty and staff.  Gifts are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. 

    • Thanksgiving Dinner Give-a-Way: EOPS/CARE students also participate in the Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway.  

  • Application fee waiver to 4 year Colleges/ Universities

  • CARE

  • Cultural and Social Events
  • Tutoring
  • Scholarships
  • Honor Society Membership fees
  • Laptop Loan 
  • Student Equity Meal Grants 
  • EOPS Summer Bridge