EOP serves academically and economically disadvantaged students by facilitating their admission to the College and their receipt of financial aid in accordance with individual family circumstances. Criteria for admission are detailed in the "Admission" section.
EOP supports students with the following:
Academic Advisement: Counselors assist students with planning for achievement of academic and career goals.
Counseling: Counselors assist students with emotional and social adjustment.
Tutorial: Students receive tutoring on an appointment or drop-in basis.
Academic Support Courses: Courses offered by EOP include Interdisciplinary Studies 110 (Orientation to Higher Education) which instructs students in the fundamentals of academic success and life-long learning skills; and Professional Studies 211 (Seminar in Peer Tutorial) which instructs students in administrative and management skills which they employ as tutors. Interdisciplinary Studies (INTD) 194 is required for students who are on academic probation.
Student Opportunities and Leadership: Student input assists staff in the design and implementation of personal development, social and cultural activities for EOP students.
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