Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)!!
EOPS is no longer accepting applications for Fall 2016 semester. Please check back in December for Spring 2017 semester.
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Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)
What is EOPS?
EOPS is a state-funded program established by the California Legislature in 1969 to address the issues of equal access to quality education (SB 164, Alquist). The over-all intention of EOPS is the one of "extending the opportunities for the community college education to all who may profit thereof, regardless of economic, social and educational status." The legislation encourages the state's community colleges to develop programs and services "over, above, and in addition to" regular college programs and services, in order to increase attendance by historically underrepresented students, and enhance their success in college and hopefully beyond. Simply put EOPS assists program participants in reaching their educational goals through academic support and financial assistance.
EOPS at Napa Valley College
EOPS at Napa Valley College is a state-funded program that provides support services to eligible students. Whether you are interested in obtaining job skills, an occupational certificate, an associate degree, or transferring to a four-year institution, our knowledgeable and caring staff can provide extra encouragement, support, and guidance to help you realize your goal(s).
Priority enrollment is given to students who are not being served by similar NVC academic support programs.
What does EOPS offer its students?
Counseling; including academic, transfer, scholarship, personal, and career
Coordination with other academic support services on campus
We are located :
Click here to view EOPS in the NVC map
Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
(Please come in the Financial Aid/EOPS office or call 707-256-7310 or
707-256-7301 beginning at 9:00am to schedule a same-day appointment.)
Mary Salceda- Nuñez
EOPS Counselor & Coordinator
An education is priceless! As Cesar Chavez said,
"You cannot uneducate a person."