EOPS: Extended Opportunity Program and Services


2000 Bldg, 2nd Floor — (714) 992-7097

Extended Opportunity Program and Services is a support services program designed to provide entry, retention and transition services for educationally and economically disadvantaged students. These support services are designed to assist and contribute to the ­student’s academic success.

The EOPS Program offers the following services:

  • Priority registration
  • Orientation to the EOPS Program
  • One-on-one over and above academic advising by an EOPS Counselor
  • Personalized case management by a Student Services Specialist
  • Book Service Award/Lending Library
  • Financial Aid and scholarship information
  • Tutoring services and workshops
  • Transfer assistance and fee waivers
  • Outreach and recruitment services
  • Special events and activities

Information on Eligibility

The following eligibility criteria apply in order for a student to be considered for the EOPS Program:

  • Completed less than 70 units of college level coursework
  • Educationally disadvantaged as determined by the EOPS Program
  • Enrolled full time (12 units) when accepted by the EOPS Program
  • Qualified to receive the California Community College Promise Grant (CCCPG), formerly known as the BOGG Fee Waiver
  • Resident of California or AB540 student