EOPS Offers Needs-Based Support Services for CCSF ϲʹs

The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) program at CCSF provides students with extra support to help students pursue their academic and career goals at CCSF. EOPS participants have access to individualized counseling, priority registration, tutoring, book vouchers and more!

The EOPS Spring 2024 Application is now closed! Please complete the interest form for Fall 2024.  

 

Important Information
  • Be a California resident/AB540 eligible
  • Be enrolled full time, 12 or more units each semester (unit enrollment exceptions for verified DSPS students) Not have completed more than 69 degree-applicable units'
  • Be educationally disadvantaged
  • May not have earned a college degree
  • Be qualified for a California College Promise Grant (CCPG)- A or B, or C with an $0 EFC (expected family contribution)

You remain eligible for EOPS until 70 degree-applicable units are completed, whichever comes first, as long as you comply with the following requirements:

  • Orientation - After meeting eligibility requirements, attend an EOPS Orientation
  • Units and ϲʹs Educational Plan (SEP) - EOPS students are required to enroll in 12 or more units each semester and must consult with your EOPS counselor before you add/drop units. Unit enrollment exceptions are available for DSPS students. ϲʹs must follow the ϲʹ Educational Plan (SEP) agreed upon with their EOPS counselor. 
  • Academic Progress - EOPS students are required to make academic progress toward achieving an educational goal by passing at least 50% of their coursework each semester with a minimum grade point average of 2.00.  The cumulative grade point average must improve within two(2) consecutive semesters. Failure to meet and comply with this policy may result in disqualification from EOPS.
  • Academic Counseling - EOPS students are required to meet with their assigned EOPS counselor to develop a ϲʹ Educational Plan (SEP) during your first month in EOPS. In addition, EOPS students are required to meet with their EOPS counselor three (3) times each semester during Fall and Spring.

EOPS will be moving to a new location! Our office will be moving to the Rosenberg Library, 3rd Floor, Room 307. Please look out for an email with more details. 

 

 

How We Help ϲʹs
Academic Assistance
Support to reach your academic goals
As an EOPS student, you will have access to one-on-one counseling, priority registration, EOPS computer lab, transfer workshops, and the EOPS summer bridge program.
Financial Assistance
We help you cover some expenses for college
EOPS students have access to book vouchers and transfer application waivers.
CARE
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education
CARE provides additional counseling, food card services, educational grants, workshops, and other services to eligible EOPS students.