Welcome to EOPS!

Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)  is a program that helps full-time, low income, educationally disadvantaged students achieve their academic goals at Santa Rosa Junior College. We hope to make the college experience accessible and rewarding to those facing English language, social, or economic challenges.

(We are currently only accepting applications for Spring 2024 semester)

EOPS 2023-2024 APPLICATIONS
High School Seniors EOPS 2024-2025 APPLICATIONS
EOPS WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

NOW OFFERING PHONE, VIDEO AND IN-PERSON APPOINTMENTS. CALL 707-527-4383 OR EMAIL US AT eops@santarosa.edu TO SCHEDULE.

If you would like an EOPS Presentation please fill out the form below!

Request SRJC EOPS Presentation

 

  • HOW TO QUALIFY FOR EOPS SERVICES
    • Be a resident of California or Non-Resident Tuition Exempt (AB-540)
    • Be enrolled in 12 units or more (for 2023-2024 academic year only)
    • Not have completed more than 70 college degree applicable units
    • Qualify for a California College Promise Grant  (BOGW) type A1, A2, A3 or B
    • Be considered educationally disadvantaged according to EOPS regulations
    • File an EOPS application and submit all supporting documents (you can get these from the EOPS office)
    • *DRD/DSPS, Foster Youth, CalWORKs and other students may qualify for an exception to the 12 unit requirement –please inquire about an EOPS 12-unit Waiver
  • AVAILABLE SERVICES
    ORIENTATION
    • Information on EOPS procedures
    • Assistance with college forms
    • Assistance with admissions, financial aid applications and accessing other resources

     

    BOOK VOUCHERS/AWARDS
    • Vouchers for purchasing textbooks each semester from the SRJC Bookstore

     

    BILINGUAL ASSISTANCE IN SPANISH

     

    TRANSFER ASSISTANCE
    • Assistance in meeting the requirements for transfer
    • Assistance with applications: CSU/UC admissions, EOP forms
    • Assistance with CSU/UC Admissions Fee Waivers

     

    REGISTRATION PRIORITY

    Priority 1 Registration approval: special registration before Priority 2 registration opens each semester

    COUNSELING
    Academic: course selection, vocational certificates, AA/AS degree requirements Career: vocational exploration and decision making, career test interpretation Personal: confidential counseling, referrals
  • CARE (COOPERATIVE AGENCIES RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION)
    • Financial assistance (grants and gas cards)
    • Various school supplies (backpacks, desk lamps, laptops and analytical calculator)
    • Workshops (Cooking, self-care, parenting and budgeting)

    To be eligible for CARE, students must:
    •    Be a current EOPS student
    •    Be a single head of household
    •    Be 18 years or older
    •    Be currently receiving TANF(Temporary Aid for Needy Families), Tribal TANF, or cash aid from SonomaWORKS, or CalWORKs for your household

     

Important Deadlines

Spring 2024 EOPS Counselor Contact Deadlines

*Note* A workshop will count for only 1 contact of your required 3. 

  • 1ST CONTACT 02/23/2024

    The first contact must be completed by 02/23/2024. The first contact serves to make your transition into the semester smoother by meeting with a counselor and creating an educational plan. 

  • 2ND CONTACT 04/12/2024

    The second contact must be completed by 04/12/2024. During this contact, your EOPS counselor can approve you for priority 1 registration. Make sure you meet before the deadline to receive approval on time. 

  • 3RD CONTACT 05/24/2024

    The third contact must be completed by 05/24/2024. Finally, you can use this opportunity to finalize changes to your educational plan, find more information on scholarships and/or receive guidance on selecting your desired and required classes.