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Current EOPS News as of May 13, 2013:
If you are planning to take a summer class, EOPS may be able to help you with purchasing a textbook, up to $150, for one summer class. Only EOPS students who complete the following will be able to take advantage of the Book Assistance for Summer:
- Be in Good Standing with EOPS.
Students must make all 3 EOPS Contacts (according to the guildelines) for Spring 2013 to receive Book Assistance for Summer 2013.
- Enroll in your summer class by May 31, 2013.
Funds are limited, so only students who sign-up for their summer class by May 31 will be placed on the list for the Summer Book Service and given a textbook up to $150 for one class. Students who register for Summer after May 31 will not receive a Book Service for Summer.
- Pick-up your textbook from the campus Bookstore by June 14.
Once you are notified that you will be receiving Book Assistance for Summer, you will have until June 14 to pick-up your textbook for your summer class. Textbooks not picked up by June 14 will be returned to the Bookstore and funds returned to the EOPS program.
Please note that there is no Summer Program for EOPS.
EOPS students who have a complete Financial Aid file, are in Good Standing with Financial Aid, and have completed at least 1 EOPS Contact were mailed a $75 EOPS Grant check on May 3. The funds can be used to pay for semester fees when registering for fall or summer classes, to help with a textbook for a summer class, or any other educationally related expenses.
If you have recently completed an EOPS Contact, and you think you should have received a $75 EOPS Grant, contact Nancy Heth at the EOPS Office (email@example.com).
Don't forget to take advantage of Priority Registration, which begins today. Some classes are expected to fill early! Stay on track with your Education Plan by registering for your Fall 2013 classes today!
EOPS students must complete the semester with at least a 2.00 grade point average and make 3 EOPS Contacts (according to the guildelines) to remain in Good Standing with EOPS. EOPS Contacts for Spring 2013 must be made by May 24, 2013; however, the EOPS staff will only available through the following dates:
- Counselor, Merie Holl, only has 4 openings for appointments left on May 14 and 2 on May 23 (at the Ukiah campus), and openings on May 15 (at the Lake Center).
- Counselor, Kurt Combs, has Drop-ins on May 14, openings for appointments on May 15 and May 20-22 (all at the Lake Center).
- Specialist, Juvenal Vasquez, has openings for appointments (at the Willits Center) on May 14, and openings for appointments (at the Ukiah campus) on May 15, 16, 20, 22, and 23.
- Specialist, Nancy Heth, has openings for appointments on May 14-16 and May 20-23 (all at the Ukiah campus).
Call 468-3048 or 468-3113 to schedule your next EOPS Contact today!
If you borrowed a textbook from the Lending Library, make sure you have returned it to the EOPS Office by the 5:00 p.m. on May 28. A list of the textbooks that will be available, to students who wish to borrow a book for a summer class, will be posted to this web page on June 1.
Please note that students with outstanding textbooks from the EOPS Lending Library will not be able to borrow a book for summer until their outstanding textbook is returned.
Textbooks must be returned to the EOPS Office (Room #1130 in MacMillan Hall at the main campus). DO NOT return your EOPS Lending Library textbook to the Bookstore or campus Library.
Lake County students may return their textbook(s) to the Lake Center, as long as the student's name is written on a post-it and affixed to the textbook that is being returned. The Lake Center staff will forward the books to the EOPS Office via inter-office mail.
May 13: Priority Registration
May 24: Spring Semester Ends; Commencement at 6:00pm in the Gymnasium
May 27: Memorial Day Holiday/Campus Closed
May 31: Enroll in Summer Session Deadline (in order to be considered for Summer Book Service)
June 10: Summer Session at the main campus begins
The EOPS, CARE, and CalWORKs programs held their annual Awards Ceremony on Friday, April 26. Students with a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher were honored for their academic success, and 11 individuals were recognized for exceptional achievements. It was a special evening, especially for the staff who had the privilege of cheering on the students for their well-deserved recognition.
If you were one of the students who was honored, and you were unable to attend, please stop by the Financial Aid/EOPS Office (#1130 in MacMillan Hall) to pick-up your award certificate. If you are a Lake County resident and you do not have any classes at the Ukiah campus, your award certificate will be available for pick-up at the Lake Center after Wednesday, May 15.
To see a list of the 2013 EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs Special Award Recipients, click the link below.
Created: September 25, 2008 @ 08:57 AM
Last Modified: May 20, 2013 @ 04:40 PM