The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) provides a maximum grant award of $1,200 for the academic year.
Individual Academic and Personal Advisement
EOF student meets with his or her assigned EOF counselor twice each
month or at the discretion of the counselor to receive academic guidance and support. The counselor discusses
educational and career goals and makes certain the student is taking
courses required to complete a degree or certificate. The counselor
helps the student select courses and register.
EOF students who are required
to take basic skills (noncredit) courses or who are experiencing
difficulty in their classes should seek assistance from Tutoring
Services. The EOF counselor will monitor the student's tutoring
The EOF staff and members of
the College community (faculty, counseling advisors and adjunct
instructors) conduct seminars and symposiums to strengthen EOF
students' academic skills and coping techniques.
summer, the EOF program holds an orientation designed to help selected prospective EOF students adjust to college life and the discipline
required for college study. The Summer Institute includes workshops
geared toward maximizing achievement in and out of the classroom.
Seminar topics include academic excellence and motivation, conflict
resolution, leadership and self-assessment.