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EOP Admission

Students applying to the College as part of EOP must:

  • be residents of New York State,
  • have a New York State high school diploma or its equivalent,
  • complete the standard State University application form and the required EOP information form (recommended deadline for receipt of these applications is January 31),
  • be approved for receipt of financial aid through EOP,
  • show historic disadvantage and ineligibility for admittance to the College under regular admission standards, and
  • demonstrate potential for satisfactory completion of a degree program.

Using records, recommendations, special application information, and a personal interview, an evaluation of an applicant is made taking into account data that is not considered in the traditional admission process.

The financial aid package of each individual in EOP is determined by the Financial Aid Officer. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the EOP Supplemental application are used to determine a student’s financial status. The financial aid package is based on the student’s individual financial need, reflecting personal and family resources and obligations.

For information, contact the Director of Special Programs.

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