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EOPS Program

EOPS provides a myriad of services to students, including:


  • AA/AS Degree, Certificate and Transfer Advisement
  • Career Counseling
  • Academic and Vocational Planning
  • Personal Counseling
  • Priority Registration for the Fall and Spring Semesters

Peer Advising

  • Student-to-Student Support
  • Problem Solving Referral
  • Monitoring Student Success and Compliance

Financial Assistance – based on funding availability

  • Book Assistance
  • Vocational Supply Grants
  • End-of-Year Grants for all eligible students
  • Free Graduation Caps and gowns
  • Financial Aid Liaison


  • Contact with College and University Representatives
  • Campus Visits
  • Application Assistance

Career and Personal Development

  • Personal Statement Workshops taught by an EOPS Counselor
  • Career Life Planning Course taught by an EOPS Counselor
  • College Success Course taught by an EOPS Counselor

Apply For EOPS

EOPS Eligibility

Eligibility for EOPS includes an evaluation of several areas. Admission is not automatic and eligibility does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Determination of EOPS eligibility requires documentation in most areas (transcripts and application for California Promise Grant).

Eligibility Requirements for EOPS:

  • Enrollment in 12 units of more each semester
  • California residency
  • Meet income requirements (qualified for California Promise Grant and Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from FAFSA = 0)
  • Have completed LESS than 70 degree applicable units
  • Meet educational criteria

Students interested in more information should contact the EOPS Office, Room A-106 at (510) 464-3423, or email us at

We have a limited number of applications available during the distribution dates on a first come first serve basis. Acceptance into the program will be based on Program Eligibility and Program Funding.


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