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EOPS Applications are being accepted for Spring 2014
Students will be notified by 12/1/13 regarding their eligibility status.



Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state-fund program that provides services to students who meet certain income and educational criteria.

The EOPS program is designed for full-time students. A small percentage of new students who plan to enroll in 9-11.5 units (3/4 time) may be accepted; and students certified to receive services from the Disabled Resource Center (DRC) are exempt from the 12-unit requirement. Both, DRC students and students wishing to enter the EOPS program at 9-11.5 units, should print and complete the Waiver of 12 Units form and submit it with their EOPS Application.

The EOPS Program assists eligible individuals in successfully pursuing a college education. From the time a student first applies to college to the time he/she graduates, EOPS provides a comprehensive program of supportive services to all new and continuing EOPS students.

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Further information may be obtained by calling (707-468-3113) or visiting the EOPS Office (Room 1130 in MacMillan Hall at the Ukiah Campus), the Lake Center (707-263-4944), or the Willits Center (707-459-6224). 

Created: September 25, 2008 @ 08:14 AM
Last Modified: October 29, 2013 @ 10:16 AM

 





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