EOPS  Service Pick Up and Lending Library  Information


Fall 2018 Service Pick Up begins

Tuesday, August 14, 2018


Service pick up hours:

9:00am to 4:00pm, Closed 12-1pm for lunch


Lending library materials are loaned on a first come,

first serve basis, while materials last.

 Students on RESTRICTION are eligible for counseling services only. 

If you have any concerns regarding your status with EOPS, please contact us 
 at (530) 242-7543    


Book Voucher & Services ... For students attending classes at the extended sites, you may request your services be sent to your campus by completing a Service Request Form - Extended Sites

Submit Service Request form for extended sites ONLY 
Online Bookstore Orders ...You can now order your books online through the Shasta College Bookstore using your EOPS Book Voucher.  Please CLICK HERE​​​ for detailed instructions.

All EOPS students must be enrolled in at least 12 units (9 for PACE students) before the evite goes out for service pick up. If you are under 12 units and waitlisted you will not receive the evite. You must add your classes and be enrolled in 12 units before picking up services.

If you are a continuing EOPS student from spring 2018 and are enrolled in less than 12 units, you must complete a Petition for Reduction of Units form.

For College Connection and PACE students: you must be registered in at least 9 units to pick up services.​


  • Textbook Grant – purchase or rent required textbooks for the current semester in the Shasta College bookstore.
  • Lending Library - Make a list of your required textbooks. Compare your list to the EOPS Lending Library list which is posted on the EOPS homepage. Do not request books that are not on the Lending Library list. You may borrow two textbooks and a calculator or digital recorder. Additional materials can be requested starting August 28 after all students have had an opportunity to access the Lending Library.
  • Supply Grant – first cash disbursement will accompany the first scheduled financial aid disbursement. To be used to purchase parking permit, student ID card, pay registration fees, use printers on campus, assist with transportation, etc. Second disbursement later in semester.