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Educational Opportunity Program

(Información en español)

 

 

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides social, academic, and financial support to students from low-income and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds.

Download the Cal Maritime EOP brochure.

EOP offers the following services for eligible students:

Peer Mentoring

All incoming EOP students are assigned peer mentors by major.  The peer mentor is a critical resource for guiding students through their first academic year. 

EOP Advising

EOP staff members work with students individually on a walk-in and appointment basis to assist them in setting and achieving their academic and personal goals.  

Tutoring

EOP students have priority access to tutorial assistance in most general education classes and in lower- and upper-division major classes. Tutors help students prepare for exams, develop learning strategies, and gain better comprehension of their coursework.

EOP Grants and Scholarships

EOP students who meet eligibility requirements may be awarded EOP grant funding.  Additionally, EOP students are encouraged to apply for scholarship opportunities that recognize their academic achievement and leadership.  Other financial resources, such as bookstore credit, may also be available for qualifying EOP students.

Summer Bridge Program

Summer Bridge is a pre-orientation program that allows incoming EOP students to become familiar with the university campus and resources, build a community of support, and make the transition to life at Cal Maritime.  All EOP first-time freshmen are required to participate in Summer Bridge.

Academic and Career Skill Development

EOP offers workshops throughout the course of the academic year to support participants in developing success skills to benefit them in the classroom and beyond.  Whether it's studying more efficiently or finding an internship, workshops help EOP students acquire important competencies.

 

For more information about EOP, please contact Elaine Kociolek, Associate Director, EOP/ SEAS Center, at ekociolek@csum.edu or 707-654-1288.


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Associate Director, EOP & SEAS Center

Elaine Kociolek, MA
Laboratory Building 110
(707) 654-1288
ekociolek@csum.edu


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