In order to qualify
for EOPS, you need be 'economically
disadvantaged.' What does that mean?
A. To determine whether you meet the
"economically disadvantaged" criteria:
the BOG Fee Waiver. You must be eligible for BOGFW 1, 2, or 3 with an expected family contribution (efc) of 3.
B. Being "academically disadvantaged"
means that you meet any one of the following criteria:
- You are not qualified to enroll into
minimum level English (Engl 190) or math (Math 101) courses required for an Associate Degree,
- You do not have a GED or high school
- You graduated from high school with a
grade point average below 2.5, or
- You were previously enrolled in remedial
courses either in high school or college
If you meet the eligibility criteria, visit the Application Steps page for more information about applying to EOPS.