EOPS COUNSELING CONTACTS 


 Contact our office today to schedule an appointment to see your counselor.   

(530) 242-7540 

 

Fall 2019 dates coming soon  

  
  
Contacts with EOPS staff and counselors are an integral part of student success. Students are more successful in achieving their educational goals when they have a direct connection with the college other than just attending classes.  
  
Students are required to complete 3 contacts each semester by the due dates.

·         1st Contact  – This contact is to create or update your educational plan. Must be made with an                                                        approved EOPS counselor. 

·         2nd Contact  This contact is to act as a mid-semester grade check. There are two options to fulfill this                                        contact:

1.     Meet with an approved EOPS counselor by the due date.  

2.     Submit a grade check by the due date.

·         3rd Contact –  This contact is to discuss your progress, plan for the next semester, review any EOPS                                             changes, or exit from the program. There are two options to fulfill this contact:

1.     Meet with an approved EOPS counselor by the due date.

2.     Attend the EOPS priority registration fair. 

 
Tehama campus students have a designated EOPS counselor on the Tehama campus.  Contact the Tehama campus directly to schedule an appointment with the EOPS counselor: (530) 529-8980.​

Trinity campus students have a designated EOPS counselor on the Trinity campus on designated days.  Contact the Trinity​ campus directly to schedule an appointment with the EOPS counselor: (530) 623-2231.
  

Benefits to meeting with your EOPS counselor 

  • Identify and remove educational barriers 
  • To prepare your educational plan. An educational plan provides a clear pathway of the courses needed to complete to meet your academic goal. 
  • Check your progress and ensure programs and services are being provided. Plan necessary changes as needed to enhance your success. 
  • Prepare for the next semester of classes or to discuss your future plans if you are leaving the EOPS program or the college.