EOP&S / CARE

​EOPS/CARE

Organization Chart ​EOP&S Application​

The Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS), offers financial assistance and academic support for obtaining a college education. EOPS is a California funded student support program designed specifically for students facing financial and educational challenges.  The mission of EOPS is to provide financial and academic services to eligible students seeking a vocational certificate, associate degree or transfer opportunity to a traditional college or university.

 The EOPS program has counselors, administrative support, a program director and other staff members, dedicated to the overall success of students coming from diverse cultural, social, educational and economic backgrounds. EOPS welcomes students from all stages of life and perspectives. The program is here to assist in the success of EOPS students.​

To be eligible for the EOPS Program you must:

    • Be a California resident or AB540 as determined by the Evergreen Valley College Admissions and Records Office
    • Qualify for the CA Promise Grant(formerly known as the Board of Governors Fee Waiver(BOGFW)- Part A or B)
    • Have completed less than 70 units of college-degree applicable credits (including all prior college coursework) 
    • Enroll in a minimum of 12 course units per semester* 
    • *Exceptions as approved by the Disabilities Support Program.
    • Be Educationally Disadvantaged, as defined by the EOPS State guidelines.              

Services Available:

    • Academic Counseling
    • Priority Registration
    • Semester EOPS Grant
    • Semester Book Vouchers
    • Semester Book Lending
    • Counseling Services
    • Tutorial Services
    • Scholarships
    • Specialized Workshops
    • Transfer Assistance to Colleges and Universities
    • Field Trips- UC's, CSU's, EOPS Leadership Conference
    • Printing Services
    • Referrals to Community & Campus resources
    • Graduation Cap/Gown​ 

Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (​CARE) Program

Assistance for S​ingle Parents

CARE is a California-funded program designed to help EOPS students who are single parents. In conjunction with the Santa Clara County Department of Social Services and other community agencies, the CARE program offers over and above services to single parents pursuing higher education.

The CARE Program provides students with grants, school supplies, transportation assistance, and food vouchers. These services are in addition to the services provided to EOPS students.

To be eligi​ble for CARE services you must: 

    • Meet all EOPS requirements 
    • Be a parent and at least 18 years of age
    • Be a single head of household 
    • Have at least one dependent child under the age of 14 
    • Be receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits​

 STAFF

Associ​ate Dean: Mike Osorio  Michael.Osorio@evc.edu
CARE Coordinator:  Ann VuAnn.Vu@evc.edu

​Program Specialist: Sarai Minjares​

Minjares.Sarai@evc.edu

Counselor: Charlie Kahn-Lomax Charlie.KahnLomax@evc.edu

​Counselor: Tram Pham

Tram.Pham@evc.edu

​Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday

8:00AM-5:00PM

Friday

8:00AM-3:00PM

Location:

Student Services Building, 1st Floor: room SC-118 

​For more information please call: 408-270-6455

 

 

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