Services Offered to LINC Students

LINC provides a number of services to assist students as they transition to college and work to complete their educational goals.  

  • Academic/ Personal/ Career Counseling:  students meet a minimum of three times per semester with the LINC academic counselor to create an education plan, review their progress, and receive individualized assistance with academic questions.
    • Counseling 200 Course:  New students are encouraged to enroll in Success in College, a counseling course for LINC students offered every Fall term.  The course provides interactive lessons and opportunities to gain insight on study habits, learning styles, time management, as well as learn more about campus-based resources.
  • Priority Registration (if eligible):  Students must provide a proof of dependency letter noting they were in care over the age of 16 to be eligible for priority registration.
  • Assistance with completing the FAFSA and Dream Act Application, Chafee Grant application, and other financial aid forms.
  • Book Assistance:
    • In collaboration with the Pritzker Family Foundation and John Burton Advocates for Youth, LINC provides up to $200 of book support every semester for students in good standing with the LINC program.
    • Lending Library:  students in good standing with the program are eligible to borrow up to two books per semester from the EOPS/CARE/LINC lending library.
  • Transportation Assistance:
    • TAP Card: Students are eligible to receive a 7-day TAP card each semester.  Students can also receive assistance in completing the Youth on the Move application as well as the Metro LIFE application for additional transportation resources.
    • Parking Reimbursement: students who purchase a parking permit can submit their receipt for reimbursement.
  • Educational and Social Events: students can participate in a wide variety of activities throughout the semester ranging from life skills workshops to college visits and social events. 
    • Workshops have included Budgeting Basics, Understanding Credit, Buying a Car, and Stress Management
    • Field Trips:  Dodger games, Escape Room, Laser Tag, Bowling, Leadership Challenge Course
    • Celebrations: LINC Friendsgiving, Holiday Social,  EOPS/CARE/LINC Graduation
  • Referrals to on-campus and off-campus resources (housing, employment, mental health agencies, and food pantries)
  • College Materials: The program provides academic materials including notebooks, testing materials, backpacks and other classroom essentials.
  • Snacks Pantry
  • Computer Lab Access

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Last Update: 10/11/2019