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EOPS/CARE Services


EOPS Services:

  • Priority registration
  • Orientation
  • Academic counseling
  • Career counseling
  • Personal counseling
  • Book voucher 
  • Transfer assistance
  • Early academic intervention
  • Student enhancement workshops
  • EOPS grants
  • University application fee waivers
  • Transportation assistance
  • Educational supplies
  • Graduation cap and gown
  • Spring banquet 
  • On and off campus referrals
  • And other above and beyond services


  • All EOPS services
  • Student enhancement workshops
  • Educational supplies
  • Child care referrals
  • Additional book voucher
  • CARE grants
  • Transportation assistance
  • Networking activities

care student photo mothers day event 2017

eop graduates 2017

spring 2017 banquet speakers photo

Student Testimonials:

Thank you EOPS!! Nice bag of healthy food items. Thank you for being such a significant part of our academic, social and overall health along the way to reaching our goals.
- K.Jones 
Just wanted to say thank you for sending that email about Dr. Curry's virtual conference yesterday. I attended and it was great, glad I didn't miss it. I think you all in the EOPS office are doing great work and are very helpful to the students. (Way too many reasons to list now). Thanks a million!
- Y O-D


EOPS/CARE Student Outcomes


Service Area Outcomes (SAOs) are explicit statements describing knowledge, skills, abilities, and/or attitudes that a student will be able to demonstrate at the end (or as a result) of his or her engagement in a particular lesson, course, program, or collegiate experience.  Assessment plans are in place to evaluate our success in helping student achieve these outcomes.

1. Continuing EOPS/CARE students on EOPS/CARE program and academic/progress probation will be able to understand and articulate reasons for probation status and then identify at least one strategy that will help remove themselves from probation. 

EOPS/CARE counselors will conduct EOPS/CARE program and academic/process probation workshops and be able to have EOPS/CARE students identify at least one strategy that will help remove them from probation. 

2. New EOPS/CARE  students will be able to understand what is expected of them in the EOPS/CARE Program after signing the Mutual Responsibility Contract in a new student EOPS/CARE orientation. 

New EOPS/CARE students will take a survey after attending the new EOPS/CARE student orientation that will measure their understanding of the Mutual Responsibility Contract.

3. New and continuing CARE students will complete a student survey in the EOPS/CARE office after receiving weekly supplies to identify the needs of the CARE students in the CARE program.

CARE surveys will be collected and assessed at the end of the fall and spring semester(s).


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