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Title: EOPS%20ONLINE%20ORIENTATION


1
EOPS ONLINE ORIENTATION
2
WELCOME
  • You must complete this online orientation if you
    are a . . .
  • New EOPS student who has never attended an EOPS
    orientation.
  • Continuing EOPS student who has been inactive for
    at least a year.

3
EOPS
  • Extended Opportunity Program Services
  • Over Above


4
EOPS MISSION
  • The Extended Opportunity Program and Services
    (EOPS) is undertaken by a community college to be
    over and above the regular educational programs
    of the college. The purpose is to provide
    positive encouragement directed to the
    enrollment, retention and transfer/transition of
    disadvantaged students, and to stimulate their
    interest in social, intellectual, educational,
    and vocational development.

5
EOPS SERVICES
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI)
  • Learning Communities
  • CSU/UC Application Fee Waiver Nomination Forms
  • Cap Gown
  • Gas Cards
  • Survival Kit
  • CG 50 Orientation Courses
  • Early Registration
  • Book Grants
  • EOPS Grants
  • Summer Bridge
  • Achievement in Mathematics (AIM)
  • Transfer Assistance
  • Counseling (Academic, Career, Personal)
  • Math Tutoring
  • Subject to change due to budget

6
EOPS
  • Eligibility

7
EOPS ELIGIBILITY
  • Eligibility and admission into the EOPS Program
    requires students to
  1. Complete FAFSA and be determined BOGG A or B
    eligible by the Financial Aid Office.
  2. Be a California resident.
  3. Register and attend 12 units of course work
    during the term admitted into the EOPS program
    and register and attend at least 3 units in the
    following terms.
  4. Not have completed more than 70 degree-applicable
    units combined at all colleges attended.
  5. Not have completed 6 consecutive semesters with
    the EOPS Program.

8
EOPS ELIGIBILITY
  • Develop an educational plan with an EOPS
    counselor. An educational plan is required for
    acceptance to the EOPS program.
  • Follow an educational plan and enroll in
    appropriate courses for a program of study.
  • Schedule an appointment and meet with an EOPS
    counselor at least twice each semester.
  • 9. Meet with the EOPS Counselor when
    experiencing difficulties or challenges that
    impact academic progress.
  • 10. Have any class adds/drops or changes in the
    educational plan approved by an EOPS counselor or
    coordinator.

9
EOPS ELIGIBILITY
  • 11. Notify the EOPS office of any changes in
    class schedule, major, and/or units taken.
  • 12. Submit a Work-In-Progress (WIP) form around
    mid-term each semester.
  • 13. Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
    Standards by maintaining a minimum cumulative 2.0
    GPA
  • 14. Complete an EOPS application and mutual
    responsibility
  • contract.
  • 15. Attend or complete an online EOPS
    orientation.

10
EOPS ELIGIBILITY
  • 16. Meet one of the following criteria
  • Not qualified at the college of attendance for
    enrollment into the minimum level English or
    Mathematics course that is applicable to the
    Associates Degree.
  • Not have graduated from high school or obtained
    the General Education Diploma (GED).
  • Graduated from high school with a grade point
    average below 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Been previously enrolled in remedial education.
  • The student is a first generation college
    student.
  • The student is a member of an underrepresented
    group residing in the immediate service area.
  • Parents are not native English speakers.

11
EOPS
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI)

12
SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION
  • Supplemental Instruction is a non-remedial and
    non-tutoring service that groups students
    enrolled in a general education courses in small
    cooperative learning groups facilitated by
    instructors and EOPS counselors.
  • Supplemental Instruction allows the instructor
    to reconvene in separate sessions outside of the
    regular class once a week to question, reinforce,
    and clarify academic content presented in the
    regular class.

13
EOPS
  • Achievement In Mathematics (AIM)

14
AIM, EARN, LEARN!
  • Achievement In Mathematics (AIM) Program

The Achievement In Mathematics program integrates
counseling and guidance with mathematic courses.
The goal is to provide support for students who
overcome subject matter barriers and other
obstacles that may keep students from reaching
transfer objectives. Because of the sequential
nature of mathematics learning, the student must
commit to a minimum of one year in the program
with the intent to participate again a second
year.
  • EOPS students who join receive
  • FREE Math Counseling textbooks
  • FREE Math tutoring
  • FREE math calculator

15
Counseling Guidance 50 (COUN 50)
  • You must have less than 40 units completed in
    order to enroll in COUN 50 (Orientation
    Educational Planning).


  • See class schedule or EOPS website at
  • www.cerritos.edu/eops
  • for additional information.

16
EOPS
  • SUMMER BRIDGE

17
SUMMER BRIDGE
  • Priority enrollment in a challenging English
    course that will strengthen and develop your
    writing skills.
  • A Counseling Guidance course that will develop
    the necessary skills to survive the rigors of
    college.
  • Possible employment/ Summer Math Enhancement
  • Grants
  • Free class texts
  • Free campus tours and field trips
  • For more information, contact Robert Aguayo
    _at_ 562 860-2451 ext. 2379 or 2398

18
C.A.R.E Program
  • www.cerritos.edu/eops562 860-2451 x 2384

19
C.A.R.E
  • The C.A.R.E Program Provides resources and
    support necessary for disadvantaged, single, head
    of household, CalWORKs/TANF recipients to improve
    their educational opportunities and seek to
    enhance their employability, minimize their
    welfare dependency, and establish
    self-sufficiency through enrollment and
    completion of a degree or job training program.

20
C.A.R.E SERVICES
  • Child Care Study Time Grant
  • Special Theme
  • Workshops
  • Car Repair Services
  • Resource Community Referrals
  • Meal Tickets
  • Bus Tokens
  • Networking opportunities
  • School Supplies
  • Special Social Activities
  • Time-Out Sessions
  • Subject to change due to budget

21
C.A.R.E. ELIGIBILITY
  • Must be a current recipient of Cash Aid
    (CALWORKs) for yourself and/or your child.
  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Have at least one child younger than 14 years
    old.
  • Be eligible for the EOPS Program.
  • For more information, contact Marcia Chaney at
    562-860-2451 Ext. 2384.

22
EOPS/CARE
  • Staff

23
EOPS/CARE Staff
  • Kim Westby Dean of Student Support Services
  • Raul Valenzuela Counselor
  • Henrietta Hurtado Counselor
  • Robert Aguayo EOPS Assistant Part-Time
    Counselor
  • Marcia Chaney CARE Coordinator EOPS Assistant
  • Part-Time Counselor
  • Esther Choi Part-Time Counselor
  • Maria Castellanos Program Assistant II
  • Lizette Gonzalez Accountant

24
CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Cerritos College
  • 11110 Alondra Blvd., Norwalk, CA 90650
  • 562.860.2451 ext. 2398
  • www.cerritos.edu/eops

25
EOPS/CARE
  • The Next Step
  • Joining EOPS

26
CHECK LIST
  • 1. Call 562-860-2451 Ext. 2398 to schedule an
    appointment with an EOPS Counselor.
  • 2. Download the EOPS application on our
  • website.
  • 3. Bring the following 3 items to your first
    counseling appointment
  • Completed EOPS Application
  • Completed Student Mutual Responsibility Contract
  • Completed Online Orientation Quiz

27
CONCLUSION
  • Thank you for joining us today. We look forward
    to seeing you soon!
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