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EOPS HONORS

our LGBTQ, IMMIGRANT, UNDOCUMENTED, MUSLIM, JEWISH, WOMEN, DISABLED, PEOPLE OF COLOR and VETERAN communities across the world and in our very own community.

 

Please know that EOPS will continue to offer each and every one of you a SAFE space to express your fears and anxiety in these times of uncertainty.  We value what each of you have to offer, your struggles, your dreams. We have a lot of work ahead of us. Stay strong!

-EOPS

EOPS Application

 

EOPS/CARE Workshop Verification Form

 

 

What is EOPS?

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state-funded effort designed to provide financial, counseling and academic support services for full-time Cabrillo students identified as educationally and economically disadvantaged.

How can I qualify?

  • be a California resident/AB540 eligible
  • qualify for the California College Promise Grant (formerly BOG)
  • be enrolled full-time (12 or as determined by ASC)
  • not have completed more than 70 degree applicable units
  • be identified as having an economic and educational disadvantage

Services:

  • academic counseling
  • meal and gas cards
  • school supplies
  • orientation/workshops
  • priority registration
  • text book purchase/loan assistance
  • monetary grant to qualified students
Contact Information
EOPS/CARE Office
Summer 2018 Hours:

Monday- Thurs: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 8am - 12pm

Watsonville

Tuesdays: 1-5pm

Please call the main office for counseling hours

Location Room 907 and 910
Phone 831.479.6305
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