The Ohlone College Campus is CLOSED effective today, March 16th, until April 7th. During the closure, EOPS services will remain available through remote access. If you are still in need to complete an orientation, please stay tuned for further instructions via your Ohlone student email. If you have any questions, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselors will be available remotely via our ConexEd system (AKA Cranium café).
Welcome to the Ohlone College EOPS Department's virtual lobby. A counselor will be available via video chat shortly. If you have not already done so, please test your webcam and audio prior to meeting here: my.craniumcafe.com/pre-meeting-checkVideo chat with EOPS on Cranium Cafe
About the EOPS Program
The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) Program at Ohlone College strives to meet the educational needs of students who are hindered by language, social, and economic disadvantages. EOPS offers a menu of programs and services that facilitates the process of supporting students in achieving their academic, transfer, personal and career goals.
The experience of connecting, engaging, collaborating and building a community with a crew of students, and a team of professionals who authentically care is life-changing. The EOPS motto is, “If students are doing it alone, they are doing it wrong!”
The Primary Purpose of EOPS is to prepare students to complete a vocational certificate or associate degree, or transfer to a four-year university, which can lead to a rewarding career as a result of their educational experience.
To ensure all students are given equal opportunity for academic success, it is our responsibility to provide comprehensive support services:
- Academic Advising
- Financial Assistance
- Early Registration
- Transfer Services
- and more!
EOPS is accepting applications for Spring 2020 Semester. Please submit all applicable, supporting documents with the application.
Please submit the following supporting documents and information with your completed EOPS application to the EOPS Office in Fremont or by: postal mail, email, or in person at the Newark campus EOPS. Because of COVID-19, submitting applications to Fremont and the Newark campuses has been suspended until further notice.
Due to our current situation, there are two ways to submit a completed EOPS application:
a) Take a picture of both sides of the application then email it to email@example.com. or
b) Scan, both sides of the application, then email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
c) Don’t forget to sign the application.
- Apply for Financial Aid California College Promise Grant (fafsa.gov).
- If requested, student must provide proof of income for 2017 (for example: tax return, IRS Transcript, IRS Transcript of non-filing, SSI Statement, Unemployment Statement, Letter of Emancipation, Copy of approved undocumented Application, etc.) if applicable.
- If student is under 24, proof of income for student and parent(s) may be requested.
- Register for at least 12 units; wait listed classes will not count (unit exceptions may be available for SAS(Student Accessibility Services formerly known as DSPS).
- Provide official transcripts from any other college(s) attended.
- Must have completed less than 70 degree application units from all colleges attended.
The EOPS Journey
You may also download The EOPS Journey (PDF, 15 MB).
We wish you success in your academic endeavors.
If we may be of any assistance to you or if you have any questions or concerns about EOPS, contact our office @ email@example.com
EOPS Office Hours
- Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
- Friday Closed
- Saturday, Sunday, Holidays and Breaks: Closed
- Hours are subject to change for Summer Term
(Office hours subject to change without notice).
Telephone, Email, Location
- Building 7, Third floor, Fremont campus (CAMPUS IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)
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