EOPS stands for Extended Opportunity Program and Services. We provide "over and above" program and services to economically and educationally disadvantage students.
There are five eligibility requirements to join EOPS. To determine if you are eligible, please read the EOPS Admission eligibility criteria on the EOPS/CARE website.
EOPS admission is granted on a first come first serve basis. During the enrollment period for each semester, students can visit the EOPS/CARE Office and verify if they are eligible. If eligible they will be invited to attend a mandatory EOPS orientation. At the EOPS Orientation students will be provided with the application, a mutual responsibility contract, and encouraged to schedule their first EOPS counseling appointment.
There are three EOPS appointment deadlines, one for the 1st appointment, one for the 2nd appointment, and one for the 3rd appointment. To determine the EOPS appointment deadlines for each semester visit the EOPS Important Dates on the EOPS/CARE website or you can view the due dates on your Student Center under your To Do List.
No, you cannot turn in the Work-In-Progress report and Weekly Planner before your second appointment. The purpose of your second EOPS appointment is to insure you are succeeding adequately, that programs and services are being provided effectively, and to plan changes as may be needed to enhance your success based on your work-in-progress report.
No, there are specific deadlines for each appointment, and the Work-In-Progress report, along with the weekly planner, are due before the second appointment deadline. The Work-In-Progress report is to be turned in during your second appointment.
You can donate to the Cerritos College EOPS program through the Cerritos College Foundation Donation website or contact the Foundation Office at (562) 860-2451 ext. 2539 or firstname.lastname@example.org