ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

EOPS is a program for students who are​ 'economically and academically disadvantaged.'  Below are the criteria to determine economic and academic disadvantage. 

A.  The "economically disadvantaged" criteria is determined by: 

The California College Promise Grant (CCPG)You must be eligible for CCPG A, B, or C with an expected family contribution of $0. Complete the CCPG as soon as possible!

 
B.  The "academically disadvantaged" criteria is determined by any one of the following: 
  1. You are not qualified to enroll into minimum level English (English 190) or math (Math 101) courses required for an Associate Degree, or 
  2. You do not have a high school diploma or GED, or 
  3. You graduated from high school with a grade point average below 2.5, or ​
  4. You were previously enrolled in basic skills level courses either in high school or college
  5. You are a first-generation college student, veteran, member of equity group, current/former foster youth, or primary language at home is not English.
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If you believe you meet the eligibility criteria, visit the Application Steps page for more information about applying to EOPS.
*Students who have earned 70 or more units (including units from other college) are not eligible.
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