13356 Eldridge Ave.
Front desk telephone:
Monday and Thursday:
Office will be closed:
Monday, September 1, 2014
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Friday, November 28, 2014
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Thursday, December 25, 2014
New Year's Eve
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
New Year's Day
Thursday, January 1, 2015
Dean of Student Services:
Ludi Villegas-Vidal, M.S.
Welcome to EOP&S
What is the EOP&S program mission?
The Extended Opportunity Program and Services is a state-funded program dedicated to assisting students with social, economic, academic or language disadvantages.
What assistance does EOP&S provide to qualified students?
EOP&S assists students with academic counseling, priority registration, tutoring, specialized support and motivational counseling, cultural trips, and field trips, cash and book grants.
What services do EOP&S students receive?
- Academic, career, and personal counseling
- Transfer/Career assistance (field trips)
- Student Educational Plan (SEP) and Semester-by-Semester Plan for each student
- Academic follow-up of students
- Progress reports - to provide information to students as to how they are doing in their classes
- Book grants and book service
- Cultural enrichment activities (cultural trips)
- Personal development, study skills, career, and major selection counseling
- Leadership Motivational Counseling
- CARE Program
- Grant and additional services for EOP&S students who are single parents, have children 14 years or younger receiving assistance from the Department of Health and Human Services
- Priority Registration
- Student Employment Services (Job Prep and Job Placement)
- Cap and Gown for graduation
- Recognition Awards Ceremony - Graduates and transfer students are recognized at the end of the academic year
How to qualify for EOP&S assistance?
The qualification criteria are subject to change as new state regulations and institutional policies are implemented.
How to satisfy basic EOP&S enrollment requirements?
- Be residents of California ;
- Be enrolled full time (12 or more units) prior to being accepted in the program;
- Must not have more than 70 degree applicable units of an AA course work completed at all colleges currently or previously attended
- Be qualified to receive a Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application (BOGG) A or B;
- Be determined educationally disadvantaged student.
How is educational disadvantage determined? (Student must meet at least ONE of the following)
- High school GPA less than 2.50
- Not have graduated from high school or obtained the General Education Diploma (G.E.D).
- Assessed below Math 112 or English 21
- Previously enrolled in remedial education
- Student Is the first generation to attend college
- The student's parents are not native English speakers
How to Apply?
- EOP&S applications are available at Mission College EOP&S office, Instructional and Student Services Bldg.
- Submit applications in person at the EOP&S office.
- For more information call (818) 364-7645.
What do eligible applicants do after applying?
- Student will be contacted regarding eligibility for EOP&S.
- Eligible EOP&S students must:
- Attend a mandatory EOP&S orientation and sign an EOP&S contract for services;
- Meet with a counselor and complete a Student Educational Plan (SEP) and a Semester-by-Semester Plan.
- Follow the recommendations by EOP&S Counselor.